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[Resolved]  Bangalore Development Authority — INSTALLING O[censored]NAUTHORIZED 4G TOWER ON RESIDENTIAL BUILDING AT EGIPURA

SIR

I AM A RESIDENT OF No: 12, 19TH A CROSS, EGIPURA, NEAR SREE RAMA TEMPLE, BANGALORE 560 047

MY NEIGHBOUR SHRI SURESH HAS CONSTRUCTED AN UNAUTHORISED 5 FLOOR BUILDING NEXT TO MY HOUSE WITHOUT ANY SET BACKS - WALL TO WALL - THE SITE AREA IS ABOUT 600 SQFT THE ROAD WIDTH IS HARDLY 2.5 TO 3 METRES

THE NORMAL BUILDING BYE LAW OF BANGALORE HAS NOT BEEN FOLLOWED FOR THE SAFETY OF THE RESIDENTS IN THE AREA

AS PER THE NORMS PRESCRIBED BY THE ODISSI GOVERNMENT A MINIMU MOF 3 METRES FROM THE STRUCTURE IS ESSENTIAL ON ALL THE SIDES OF THE BUILDING WHICH IS NOT DONE

THE MAIN REASON FOR THE COMPLAINT IS OVER AND OVER THE CONSTRUCTION O[censored]NAUTHORISED STRUCTURE HE HAS RAISED A 4G TOWER OF AN HEIGHT OF ABOUT 30 FEET ABOVE HIS ROOF TERRACE

THE HAS NOT TAKEN ANY NOC FROM THE NEIGHBOURS AND HAS ERECTED IN A DENSELY POPULATED RESIDENTIAL AREA WHERE ROADS IN EGIPURA ARE VERY NARROW AND SMALL

The tower as per the study from internet is highly Radioactive and has biological effects on the human body. The study has been made by various agencies copies of such report is attached for your information and favorable action. Brief such symptoms are as under :

1. Chronic Fatigue
2. Hyperactivity
3. Walking up between 3AM and 6 AM
4. Teeth grinding or tossing
5. Cramps in feet or calves
6. Hyperventilation
7. Palpitation
8. Stiffness
9. Rigid shoulder
10. High Blood pressure etc. etc.

When a human body is exposed to the electromagnetic radiation, it absorbs radiation, because human body contains 70% of liquid. It is similar to that of cooking in the microwave oven. The human height is much greater than the wavelength of the cell tower transmitting frequencies, so there will be multiple resonances in the body, which creates localized heating inside the body. This results in boils, drying up the fluids around eyes, brain, joints, heart, abdomen, etc

At night we have to relax and not receive more stimuli than in the daytime. A person, when sleeping, is estimated to be 200 to 400 times more sensitive to radiation or other stimuli. Make sure your bed and your children’s beds have no electrical sources in the vicinity. In other words: no electric blanket, no waterbed heating, no adjustable bed by means of electric motors (unplug), and no electrically powered clock radio. Put your mobile phone in another room, or even better switch it off. If necessary, purchase a small battery driven alarm clock.
If you live near an electricity substation, pylon or within one kilometer of a cellular tower, consider adaptation /protection or relocation if necessary if you are very sensitive and always tired.

The rules adopted by Odisa Government for installation of the tower is as under

Location and permissibility:
The location of telecom towers shall be located on the vacant lands to the extent possible. If locating the base station and antenna in residential area is unavoidable,then the Service provider shall identify the building which is in design stage and plan the erection of Base Station and antenna tower (as per the requirements under this
regulations) above such building by taking in to account the sufficient load of such high tower in the design and planning if such building from the beginning itself. Possibility of exploring the multiple users of a single tower shall be explored.

However permission for installation of towers shall be given as per priority listed below.
i. First preference shall be given to the location of tower in the Forest areas.
ii. All municipal buildings except educational and health institutions buildings.
iii. Other Govt. buildings
iv. Non-residential buildings.
v. Residential areas (as defined in the development plan or master plan)
a. Vacant land after clearance from concerned authority.
b. Residential vacant plot leaving minimum 3m setback all around.

Setbacks:
An area of 3m radius shall be left as set back around the tower.
5. Restrictions:
The permission to install telecom tower shall not be given in cases where the proposal
is submitted for construction/erection:
i. On a building which is abutting less than 9m Right of Way.
ii. Within 300 meters radius of a monument declared by Archeological Survey of
India or State Archeology
iii. Within 100 meters radius from a high security zone/building, etc.
iv. Restrictions imposed by the competent authority whenever the location is
proposed nearer to natural drainage channel/national highways/railway tracks
v. Within the funnel zone of the airport, unless otherwise necessary clearance is
obtained from the Local Airport Authority.
Draft Special Regulation for Installation of Telecom Towers in Urban Areas
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vi. 100m radius from the educational and health care institutional buildings. (The
instrument radiating the emission shall not be installed within the distance of
36m from the area where people are having habitation for minimum 8 (Eight)
hours during more than 100 (Hundred) days in a year).
vii. On buildings which are unauthorized and structurally unsafe.
6. Installations of ancillary equipments:
i. In order to avoid any eventuality due to thunder storm, lightning conductors/
arresters have to be installed.
ii. Generator set installed at the tower site to cater to the power requirements of
the antenna shall confirm to the noise and emission norms prescribed by the
state pollution control board.
7. NOCs/ Permissions required:
The following ‘No Objection Certificates’ (NOC) required for the service provider
for getting approval from the concerned authority:
i. NOC from owners of the residential buildings/ plotted houses (if tower is located
within 100m distance)
ii. NOC from the Archeological Survey of India / State Archeology, wherever
applicable.
iii. Provisional permission from the Department of Telecommunication in favour of
service provider.
iv. NOC from local authority like Urban Local Body/ Development Authority, which
is having its administrative control on the building and wherever erection of
telecom tower is proposed.
v. Permission from the State Pollution Control Board wherever applicable.
vi. Permission from the Airport Authority of India wherever applicable

Kindly also refer to your clipping in the Hindu on 5th December 2012 regarding installation o[censored]nauthorised mobile towers which reads as under :

Towering problem:House owners must get BDA sanction before permitting mobile towers to be erected on their premises.— FILE PHOTO: V. SREENIVASA MURTHY The Bangalore Development Authority (BDA) has decided to issue notices to building owners who have allowed service providers to put up mobile towers without receiving proper permission. The authority’s decision followed a memorandum submitted to it by RTI activist B.M. Shivakumar where he expressed concern over the hazards of having mobile towers erected across the city.

As per the BDA rules, any person leasing out his or her terrace for the erection of a mobile towers needs to get BDA’s sanction for utilising residential space for commercial purposes.

BDA Commissioner T. Sham Bhat on Monday issued the order to the Town Planning Department seeking its report on the status of buildings where owners have erected unauthorised mobile towers.

In his order, Mr. Bhat stated that BDA must ensure that building owners who have not got the permission must be brought to book.

In his memorandum Mr. Shivakumar said the BDA (Allotment of Sites) Rules 1984 clearly stipulate that land allotted by the BDA for residential purposes cannot be diverted for commercial use without permission.

“Despite this, several house owners have gone ahead with leasing out the terrace space of their homes to erect these mobile towers,” he said.

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we request you to please take suitable steps in safegaurding the intrest of the people living around for healthy living and request the owner to shift the structure any where else
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Complaint marked as Resolved Aug 13, 2020
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