Electricity, folding, power failure – 65,000 residents stagnated due to the power failure

Fatehpur / Kishanpur. The district’s destroyed power grid could not get back on track even after a week. The power supply to two substations remained closed for 18 hours. A population of around 65,000 is affected. Because of the lack of electricity, people were dissatisfied with the heat. Had to deal with water issues too. When the power supply was restored after six o’clock on Sunday evening, people breathed a sigh of relief.
According to the Chiwalaha representative, the Khaga transmission to the Palia substation will be powered. About 125 villages are supplied with electricity from Chiwalaha, Karamon, Kasaran, Nawabganj and Kotla. The power supply was cut on Sunday morning at five o’clock. Electrical workers at the subway station said the tree fell on the 33 KVA line. This broke the wire. The power supply was restored after the fault was corrected at 5 a.m. on Sunday evening. Similarly, the Kishanpur substation is also powered by the Khaga transmission. The 33 KVA line was faulty on Saturday evening around 1 p.m. The linemen corrected it in the morning when the bug was found near the great Bhit Baba Khaga, but then they started cutting the branches of the tree that touched the 33 KVA line. Because of this, the power remained off until six in the evening. For this reason, consumers connected to the five branches of the substation could not receive any electricity. Seven water tanks supply both underground stations with electricity. The water supply was also shut down due to a lack of electricity. People had problems with water.
The Kishanpur Ukpendra bug was fixed in the morning but the trees were felled by the 33 KVA line throughout the day. For this reason, the supply was discontinued. On the Palia substation’s 33 KVA line, the wire was broken when the tree fell and fell. The supply was restored through correction.
Megh Singh, Senior Engineer Power Distribution Block III
Undeclared blackout leprosy in the city
Bindki. The city’s power supply has grown grim. A bug somewhere, leaving people exposed to hours of blackouts to roast somewhere. In the humid summer, power outages are overshadowed by people. On Saturday evening, people did not get electricity overnight because junkers were blown up in three different locations. Due to the power outage in the summer, people spent the night on the roofs of houses. SDO Prashant Kumar Shukla said the errors increase due to the increasing load in the summer.

Fatehpur / Kishanpur. The district’s destroyed power grid could not get back on track even after a week. The power supply to two substations remained closed for 18 hours. A population of around 65,000 is affected. Because of the lack of electricity, people were dissatisfied with the heat. Had to deal with water issues too. When the power supply was restored after six o’clock on Sunday evening, people breathed a sigh of relief.

According to the Chiwalaha representative, the Khaga transmission to the Palia substation will be powered. Around 125 villages are supplied with electricity from Chiwalaha, Karamon, Kasaran, Nawabganj and Kotla. The power supply was cut on Sunday morning at five o’clock. Electrical workers at the subway station said the tree fell on the 33 KVA line. This broke the wire. The power supply was restored after the fault was corrected at 5 a.m. on Sunday evening. Similarly, the Kishanpur substation is also powered by the Khaga transmission. The 33 KVA line was faulty on Saturday evening around 1 p.m. The linemen corrected it in the morning when the bug was found near the great Bhit Baba Khaga, but then they started cutting the branches of the tree that touched the 33 KVA line. Because of this, the power remained off until six in the evening. For this reason, consumers connected to the five branches of the substation could not receive any electricity. Seven water tanks supply both underground stations with electricity. The water supply was also shut down due to a lack of electricity. People had problems with water.

The Kishanpur Ukpendra bug was fixed in the morning but the trees were felled by the 33 KVA line throughout the day. For this reason, the supply was discontinued. On the Palia substation’s 33 KVA line, the wire was broken when the tree fell and fell. The supply was restored through correction.

Megh Singh, Senior Engineer Power Distribution Block III

Undeclared blackout leprosy in the city

Bindki. The city’s power supply has grown grim. A bug somewhere, leaving people exposed to hours of blackouts to roast somewhere. In the humid summer, power outages are overshadowed by people. On Saturday evening, people did not get electricity overnight because junkers were blown up in three different locations. Due to the power outage in the summer, people spent the night on the roofs of houses. SDO Prashant Kumar Shukla said the errors increase due to the increasing load in the summer.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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