Blown transformer, power outage in 150 villages

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The supply of around 150 villages is interrupted because the 10 MVA power transformer installed in the Pasahi substation was not replaced even after three days. This has increased the water shortage in the village. At the same time, farmers have started to face water problems when planting rice.
Two transformers of 10-10 MVA were installed in the Pasahi substation. It supplies around 150 villages in the area with six feeders Karma, Kekrahi, Hinduari, Khairpur, Bahuara and Kusi. A transformer suddenly burned out on Tuesday. For this reason, the delivery has been discontinued. When the affected employees saw problems, they started supplying all feeders by connecting them to the same transformer. Although all areas were covered with this, the problem of tripping due to overload has increased. People are also concerned about the cuts. At the same time, the villagers in the area suffer from the humid heat. Ramji Singh Maurya, Brahmanand Singh, Ram Subhag Singh, Yadvendra Pratap Rao etc. have called for the power supply to be smoothly designed by changing the transformer at the earliest. SDO Dharmendra Kumar Singh says that all branches are fed alternately by the same transformer. It takes two to three days for the transformer to arrive. After that, the supply takes place smoothly.

The supply of around 150 villages is interrupted because the 10 MVA power transformer installed in the Pasahi substation was not replaced even after three days. This has increased the water shortage in the village. At the same time, farmers have started to face water problems when planting rice.

Two transformers of 10-10 MVA are installed in the Pasahi substation. It supplies around 150 villages in the area with six feeders Karma, Kekrahi, Hinduari, Khairpur, Bahuara and Kusi. A transformer suddenly burned out on Tuesday. For this reason, the delivery has been discontinued. When the affected employees saw problems, they started supplying all feeders by connecting them to the same transformer. Although all areas were covered with this, the problem of tripping due to overload has increased. People are also concerned about the cuts. At the same time, the villagers in the area suffer from the humid heat. Ramji Singh Maurya, Brahmanand Singh, Ram Subhag Singh, Yadvendra Pratap Rao etc. have called for the power supply to be smoothly designed by changing the transformer at the earliest. SDO Dharmendra Kumar Singh says that all feeders are alternately supplied by the same transformer. It takes two to three days for the transformer to arrive. After that, the supply takes place smoothly.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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