Electricity gives a shock even in the scorching heat

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Ambedkar Nagar. The district’s power supply system also derailed in the scorching heat. Unannounced power failures and frequent triggers have also tormented consumers. The biggest problem occurs with power outages at night. Even on Thursday night, the power went out for most of the night, not only in the district headquarters, but also in rural areas. As a result, in the scorching heat, the consumer was forced to switch sides of the bed. Consumers expressed their displeasure, saying that without replacement of the worn out devices, smooth electricity will not be available.
In the scorching heat, problems for electricity consumers have increased. While people are plagued by the scorching heat due to the lack of rain and scorching sun, the uninterruptible power supply has compounded their problems. If the temperature rises, the power system will derail. While overloaded transformers explode on the one hand, worn devices also react on the other.
In addition to unannounced power failures, there are also frequent trips. Speaking of rural areas: Even in the district administration, consumers do not get smooth electricity. Most of the problems consumers face because of the night cut. On Thursday, the power went out in the district headquarters for most of the night. Because of this, people lay on the bed in the scorching heat. Consumers also asked those responsible for information about repeated deductions, but they did not get a satisfactory response.
Interrupted power supply even in rural areas
Apart from the district headquarters, the power supply in rural areas has also completely derailed. Bhiti, Meharua, Katehari, Bewana, Hajpura, Kajpura, Jalalpur, Alapur, Jahangirganj, Rajesultanpur, Padumpur, Ramnagar, Tanda Mubarakpur, Hanswar, Iltifatganj, Baskhari, Kichhochha and many other areas including power outages started on Thursday afternoon. This cycle lasted most of the night on Thursday and lasted until Friday morning. Because of this, rural consumers have faced various difficulties.
Consumers said replace the worn out equipment
Shahab Parvez, a resident of Miranpur in Akbarpur Nagar, expressed his displeasure, saying that there is no hope of smooth electricity until the ailing equipment is replaced. In this regard, voices from consumers are raised from time to time, but no concrete steps are taken by those responsible. Bijit Pandit from Adampur Tindauli said that those responsible do not care about the interests of ordinary citizens. Every day the worn out equipment gives answers, but it doesn’t show seriousness. Ashutosh Pandey from Bhiti and Pawan Singh from Maharua said that the scorching summer heat on the one hand and the poor power supply on the other had put people in trouble. Frequent trips and unannounced blackouts have contributed to the difficulty. Those responsible have to take this seriously. Harigopal Maurya, a resident of Moradabad Mohalla in Akbarpur, said the electricity bills are increasing day by day, but no seriousness is shown to ensure that consumers are getting electricity smoothly. Rakesh Yadav, a resident of Patelnagar Mohalla, said this way of reducing the scorching heat was very worrying. He said that due to poor power supply in rural areas, irrigation is also affected.
necessary efforts
Every effort is made to ensure the smooth availability of electricity for consumers. In the event of deviations, these will be corrected with priority.
-VK Patel, Senior Electrical Engineer, Akbarpur

Ambedkar Nagar. The district’s power supply system also derailed in the scorching heat. Unannounced power failures and frequent triggers have also tormented consumers. The biggest problem occurs with power outages at night. Even on Thursday night, the power went out for most of the night, not only in the district headquarters, but also in rural areas. As a result, in the scorching heat, the consumer was forced to switch sides of the bed. Consumers expressed their displeasure, saying that without replacement of the worn out devices, smooth electricity will not be available.

In the scorching heat, problems for electricity consumers have increased. While people are plagued by the scorching heat due to the lack of rain and scorching sun, the uninterruptible power supply has compounded their problems. If the temperature rises, the power system will derail. While overloaded transformers explode on the one hand, worn devices also react on the other.

In addition to unannounced power failures, there are also frequent trips. Speaking of rural areas: Even in the district administration, consumers do not get smooth electricity. Most of the problems consumers face because of the night cut. On Thursday, the power went out in the district headquarters for most of the night. Because of this, people lay on the bed in the scorching heat. Consumers also asked those responsible for information about repeated deductions, but they did not get a satisfactory response.

Interrupted power supply even in rural areas

Apart from the district headquarters, the power supply in rural areas has also completely derailed. Bhiti, Meharua, Katehari, Bewana, Hajpura, Kajpura, Jalalpur, Alapur, Jahangirganj, Rajesultanpur, Padumpur, Ramnagar, Tanda Mubarakpur, Hanswar, Iltifatganj, Baskhari, Kichhochha and many other areas including power outages started on Thursday afternoon. This cycle lasted most of the night on Thursday and lasted until Friday morning. Because of this, rural consumers have faced various difficulties.

Consumers said replace the worn out equipment

Shahab Parvez, a resident of Miranpur in Akbarpur Nagar, expressed his displeasure, saying that there is no hope of smooth electricity until the ailing equipment is replaced. In this regard, voices from consumers are raised from time to time, but no concrete steps are taken by those responsible. Bijit Pandit from Adampur Tindauli said that those responsible do not care about the interests of ordinary citizens. Every day the worn out equipment gives answers, but it doesn’t show seriousness. Ashutosh Pandey from Bhiti and Pawan Singh from Maharua said that the scorching summer heat on the one hand and the poor power supply on the other had put people in trouble. Frequent trips and unannounced blackouts have contributed to the difficulty. Those responsible have to take this seriously. Harigopal Maurya, a resident of Moradabad Mohalla in Akbarpur, said the electricity bills are increasing day by day, but no seriousness is shown to ensure that consumers are getting electricity smoothly. Rakesh Yadav, a resident of Patelnagar Mohalla, said this kind of reduction was very worrying in the scorching summer heat. He said that due to poor power supply in rural areas, irrigation is also affected.

necessary efforts

Every effort is made to ensure the smooth availability of electricity for consumers. In the event of deviations, these will be corrected with priority.

-VK Patel, Senior Electrical Engineer, Akbarpur

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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