Baghpat News: 90470 Transformers Worth 135 Crores Burnt In 19 Months – Amar Ujala Exclusive: 90,470 Transformers Worth 135 Crores Burnt In 19 Months, See Full List

Mukesh Panwar, Amar Ujala, Meerut Published by: Meerut Bureau Updated Fri, 06 Aug 2021 03:32 PM IST

It would be surprising to know that within 19 months, 90,470 electrical transformers were blown up in all these districts. In which the maximum number of transformers were blown up in Bulandshahr 13,088, Bijnor at 8,389.

SDO Pravesh Giri doing transformer repairing work at CTR workshop in Baraut. – Photo :

In just 19 months, energy corporations are in a position to blow up an electrical transformer worth Rs 135 crore. In the case of transformer blowing, Bulandshahr and Bijnor districts of Paschimchal are at the top, while Ghaziabad has the least number of transformers. On the other hand, lines of concern have been drawn on the foreheads of the officers of the Energy Corporation due to the continuous blowing of power transformers.Meerut, Saharanpur and Moradabad divisions come in Paschimchal. In which there are total 14 districts. It would be surprising to know that 90,470 electrical transformers were blown up in all these districts within 19 months. In which the maximum number of transformers were blown up in Bulandshahr 13,088, Bijnor at 8,389. At the same time, only 2726 blew up in Ghaziabad, the lowest power transformer. According to the officials of the Energy Corporation, Rs 1,35, 70, 50,000 was spent by the department in repairing these power transformers.

15 thousand in a transformer repair According to SDO Pravesh Giri posted on the CTR workshop on Delhi-Saharanpur highway, after blowing up an electric transformer, the department spends on an average about 15 thousand rupees to repair the blown electrical transformer.

Transformers blow up because of these, according to SE Workshop Ajay Kumar, most of the electrical transformers blow up due to overloading. After that, the earthing of the transformer is not done and the LT line is damaged or due to entanglement of electrical wires.

No. of transformer blew District Name Year 2020 Year 2021Meerut 4868 2275 Baghpat 3430 1902Muzaffarnagar 4700 2618Shamli 5000 2864Saharanpur 5000 2661Hapur 3000 1546Bulandshahr 8200 4888Ghaziabad 1800 926Noida 2700 1450Moradabad 4300 2750Rampur 2500 1320Sambhalro 5200 1690 2393Mr.

Expansion In just 19 months, energy corporations are in a position to blow up an electrical transformer worth Rs 135 crore. In the case of transformer blowing, Bulandshahr and Bijnor districts of Paschimchal are at the top, while Ghaziabad has the least number of transformers. On the other hand, lines of concern have been drawn on the foreheads of the officers of the Energy Corporation due to the continuous blowing of power transformers.

Meerut, Saharanpur and Moradabad divisions come in Paschimchal. In which there are total 14 districts. It would be surprising to know that 90,470 electrical transformers were blown up in all these districts within 19 months. In which the maximum number of transformers were blown up in Bulandshahr 13,088, Bijnor at 8,389. At the same time, only 2726 blew up in Ghaziabad, the lowest power transformer. According to the officials of the Energy Corporation, Rs 1,35, 70, 50,000 was spent by the department in repairing these power transformers.

15 thousand spent in a transformer repair According to SDO Pravesh Giri posted at CTR Workshop on Delhi-Saharanpur Highway, after blowing up an electric transformer, the department spends on an average about 15 thousand rupees to repair the blown electrical transformer.

Transformers blow up because of these, according to SE Workshop Ajay Kumar, most of the electrical transformers blow up due to overloading. After that, the earthing of the transformer is not done and the LT line is damaged or due to entanglement of electrical wires.

Number of transformers blown out District Name Year 2020 Year 2021 Meerut 4868 2275 Baghpat 3430 1902 Muzaffarnagar 4700 2618 Shamli 5000 2864 Saharanpur 5000 2661 Hapur 3000 1546 Bulandshahr 8200 4888 Ghaziabad 1800 926 Noida 2700 1450 Moradabad 4300 2750 Rampur 2500 1320 Sambhal 3200 1690 Bijnor 5500 2889 Amroha 4100 2393

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