15 thousand residents face the electricity problem – people struggle with electricity problems

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15,000 residents are struggling with a lack of electricity
Padrauna (Kushinagar). Consumers in Chhawni Mohalla and many nearby villages in Padrauna city, including district headquarters, are facing electricity problems. They are supplied with electricity from the substation in Rabindranagar. But in this rainy season, consumers face the problem of high voltage and sometimes low voltage, errors and random power outages. Business people are also concerned. Because of this, their daily routine is affected.
This substation supplies electricity to many villages, including Cantonment East, Rafi Ahmed Kidwai Nagar, Gayatri Nagar, Sohrauna, District Headquarters Ravindranagar, Belwan Mishra, Damvatia, Bhiswa Sarkar, Milli Rasulpur, Belhi Shukla, Jankinagar. There are around 15 thousand electricity consumers under this substation. These loads are disturbed by low voltage, sometimes high voltage, and sometimes by interference or random power outages. A few days ago, electrical equipment burned in many people in the neighborhood due to high voltage.
During the rainy season, other problems like power outages get worse. When the wind blows and it rains, the power goes out. Despite repeated complaints to the responsible authorities, the problems are not resolved, which is why there is resentment among the population. In the event of a complaint about the power supply problem on the CUG number of this sub-center, either the call is not received or the problem is not resolved even if someone speaks.
Said Xen
Sunil Chandra Srivastava, XEN, Padrauna, Electricity Distribution Division, said the substation’s CUG number will be manned so there will be no conversation. A new transformer was installed in the neighborhood, so the problem is yet to come. Other problems aren’t so much. However, once found out, they will be resolved.
Consumers worry about power outages
Kaushal Shukla, former president of the student union at UNPG College, a resident of Cantonment East in the city of Padrauna, said there was a lockdown on Saturday to prevent corona infection. There is no electricity from morning to afternoon. In such a situation, the humid heat causes problems for the residents of the house.
Tasauvar Khan, a resident of the canton himself, said there is no time when it will return after the blackout. Even if the power comes on, the fans cannot run due to undervoltage. Because of this, people remain restless even in the hot summer.
Abhishek Tiwari, a resident of Damvatia, said the low voltage and failure problem persists on normal days. This problem is exacerbated during the rainy season.
Ajay Kumar Mishra, a Damvatia resident, said several complaints were filed with Electricity Corporation officials in an attempt to resolve the low voltage and fault issue. An agreement has still not been made. That upsets people.

15,000 residents are struggling with a lack of electricity

Padrauna (Kushinagar). Consumers in Chhawni Mohalla and many nearby villages in Padrauna city, including district headquarters, are facing electricity problems. They are supplied with electricity from the substation in Rabindranagar. But in this rainy season, consumers face the problem of high voltage and sometimes low voltage, errors and random power outages. Business people are also concerned. Because of this, their daily routine is affected.

This substation supplies electricity to many villages, including Cantonment East, Rafi Ahmed Kidwai Nagar, Gayatri Nagar, Sohrauna, District Headquarters Ravindranagar, Belwan Mishra, Damvatia, Bhiswa Sarkar, Milli Rasulpur, Belhi Shukla, Jankinagar. There are around 15 thousand electricity consumers under this substation. These loads are disturbed by low voltage, sometimes high voltage, and sometimes by interference or random power outages. A few days ago, electrical equipment burned in many people in the neighborhood due to high voltage.

During the rainy season, other problems like power outages get worse. When the wind blows and it rains, the power goes out. Despite repeated complaints to the responsible authorities, the problems are not resolved, which is why there is resentment among the population. In the event of a complaint about the power supply problem on the CUG number of this sub-center, either the call is not received or the problem is not resolved even if someone speaks.

Said Xen

Sunil Chandra Srivastava, XEN, Padrauna, Electricity Distribution Division, said the substation’s CUG number will be manned so there will be no conversation. A new transformer was installed in the neighborhood, so the problem is yet to come. Other problems aren’t so much. However, once found out, they will be resolved.

Consumers worry about power outages

Kaushal Shukla, former president of the student union at UNPG College, a resident of Cantonment East in the city of Padrauna, said there was a lockdown on Saturday to prevent corona infection. There is no electricity from morning to afternoon. In such a situation, the humid heat causes problems for the residents of the house.

Tasauvar Khan, a resident of the canton himself, said there is no time when it will return after the blackout. Even if the power comes on, the fans cannot run due to undervoltage. Because of this, people remain restless even in the hot summer.

Abhishek Tiwari, a resident of Damvatia, said the low voltage and failure problem persists on normal days. This problem is exacerbated during the rainy season.

Ajay Kumar Mishra, a Damvatia resident, said several complaints were filed with Electricity Corporation officials in an attempt to resolve the low voltage and fault issue. An agreement has still not been made. That upsets people.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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