Electric cut. 18 hours, Talbehat Purankalan – 18 hours of lightning in Bansi, Talbehat and Poorakalan

Capson workers repair the power line
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Talbehat. On Saturday night, near the village of Bansi in the Tehsil area, a branch of the tree fell on the power line amid heavy rainwater. In this incident, 66 and 33 KV lines and six poles were damaged. This brought the performance of three substations, including Talbehat, Poorkalan and Bansi, to a standstill.
During the worsening weather on Saturday evening around 10 a.m., a branch of a tree fell on the 66 KV line to Talbehat behind the gas storage facility in the village of Bansi in the midst of a strong storm and water in a strong storm and water, then six masts fell due to the stretching of wires and below them. He fell on the 33 kV line coming out of the station. Lines collapsed with a loud bang. As a result, the supply of the substations Bansi, Talbehat and Poorkalan came to a standstill. Due to the torrential rain at night, the department employees got into great difficulties. However, due to the rain, work could not start there.
Repair work on the line began on Sunday morning. Only then could the supply of the area be restored at four o’clock in the evening. In this regard, Akshay Vishwakarma, subdivision manager for electricity, said that due to the stagnation of supply, more than twenty thousand consumers of the three substations have faced a power outage. After about 18 hours, the supply could be restored after the lines had been repaired. Around 20,000 consumers were affected by the power outage. The people were dependent on hand pumps and wells.
Twenty thousand consumers worry about water
Talbehat. For almost two weeks, the city’s residents have been confronted with the problem of drinking water because there is no electricity in the Matatila Filter House, sometimes not the correct voltage and sometimes a defective electric motor. For two days now, Matatila’s water supply has come to a complete standstill due to a lack of electricity. Because of this, the public has dripped worries about water. Although this is a serious water problem, the responsible officials and public officials do not think it appropriate to look to a problem to be resolved. There were long lines of people at most of the hand pumps as water from the taps was not available and this time there was no special regulation for tankers by the Nagar Panchayat for the water supply. At the same time, most hand pumps do not deliver enough water due to the low water level.

Talbehat. On Saturday night, near the village of Bansi in the Tehsil area, a branch of the tree fell on the power line amid heavy rainwater. In this incident, 66 and 33 KV lines and six poles were damaged. This brought the performance of three substations, including Talbehat, Poorkalan and Bansi, to a standstill.

During the worsening weather on Saturday evening around 10 a.m., a branch of a tree fell on the 66 KV line to Talbehat behind the gas storage facility in the village of Bansi in the midst of a strong storm and water in a strong storm and water, then six masts fell due to the stretching of wires and below them. He fell on the 33 kV line coming out of the station. Lines collapsed with a loud bang. As a result, the supply of the substations Bansi, Talbehat and Poorkalan came to a standstill. Due to the torrential rain at night, the department employees got into great difficulties. However, due to the rain, work could not start there.

Repair work on the line began on Sunday morning. Only then could the supply of the area be restored at 4 p.m. In this regard, Akshay Vishwakarma, subdivision manager for electricity, said that due to the stagnation of supply, more than twenty thousand consumers of the three substations have faced a power outage. After about 18 hours, the supply could be restored after the lines had been repaired. Around 20,000 consumers were affected by the power outage. The people were dependent on hand pumps and wells.

Twenty thousand consumers worry about water

Talbehat. For almost two weeks, the city’s residents have been confronted with the problem of drinking water because there is no electricity in the Matatila Filter House, sometimes not the correct voltage and sometimes a defective electric motor. For two days now, Matatila’s water supply has come to a complete standstill due to a lack of electricity. Because of this, the public has dripped worries about water. Although this is a serious water problem, the responsible officials and public officials do not think it appropriate to look to a problem to be resolved. There were long lines of people at most of the hand pumps as water from the taps was not available and this time there was no special regulation for tankers by the Nagar Panchayat for the water supply. At the same time, most hand pumps do not deliver enough water due to the low water level.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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