Electricity crisis in the Narhat region – No electricity in the Narhat region for two days electricity

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Dongrakhurd / Lalitpur. The power supply to more than 24 villages connected to the Narhat Feeder Feeder Feeder from the Birdha substation has been severely damaged. Due to the disturbance in the high-voltage line caused by rain, the power of more than 24 villages is cut for two days.
On Tuesday, due to heavy rain and wind in the Birdha Narhat area, power to rural areas was cut, causing electricity to fail to reach 24 villages in the Narhat area. Due to the poor functioning of the department, the power line has not yet been repaired. In the village of Narhat, the electricity supply is formalized from the Birdha substation, which means that the residents of the area face all sorts of problems due to a lack of electricity. Due to the departmental function, residents of the area have to spend the nights in the dark for two days. The villagers suffer a lot from this.
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Broken power lines became the cause of problems
The power lines from the Birdha substation to the Narhat feeder are dilapidated. This line is very old and has not been repaired in many years. The people here have had problems with the power supply for a long time. The power lines in this area are in a dilapidated condition and hang from place to place. For a short time, strong winds or rain cause the line to malfunction and the wire breaks and falls. This has been happening here non-stop for many years, but people are upset because the system has not been improved. Because of this, in many villages the power goes out and sometimes people and money are lost. Because of the more than forty kilometers long high-voltage line, the employees here need all day to find the fault. If the line breaks down at night, then the power goes out all night.

The line is defective, troubleshooting takes time due to the first rain. Both the JE and the lineman are busy investigating the bug.
-Chandrabhan Singh, Electrical Sub-Department Manager.

Dongrakhurd / Lalitpur. The power supply to more than 24 villages connected to the Narhat Feeder Feeder Feeder from the Birdha substation has been severely damaged. Due to the disturbance in the high-voltage line caused by rain, the power of more than 24 villages is cut for two days.

On Tuesday, due to heavy rain and wind in the Birdha Narhat area, power to rural areas was cut, causing electricity to fail to reach 24 villages in the Narhat area. Due to the poor functioning of the department, the power line has not yet been repaired. In the village of Narhat, the electricity supply is formalized from the Birdha substation, which means that the residents of the area face all sorts of problems due to a lack of electricity. Due to the departmental function, the residents of the area have to spend the nights in the dark for two days. The villagers suffer a lot from this.

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Broken power lines became the cause of problems

The power lines from the Birdha substation to the Narhat feeder are dilapidated. This line is very old and has not been repaired in many years. The people here have had problems with the power supply for a long time. The power lines in this area are in a dilapidated condition and hang from place to place. For a short time, strong winds or rain cause the line to malfunction and the wire breaks and falls. This has been happening here non-stop for many years, but people are upset because the system has not been improved. Because of this, in many villages the power goes out and sometimes people and money are lost. Because of the more than forty kilometers long high-voltage line, the employees here need all day to find the fault. If the line breaks down at night, then the power goes out all night.



The line is defective, troubleshooting takes time due to the first rain. Both the JE and the lineman are busy investigating the bug.

-Chandrabhan Singh, Electrical Sub-Department Manager.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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