From the city to the villages electricity suppliers derailed

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Farrukhabad. In the sultry summer, local disturbances and emergency cuts make consumers cry. Due to congestion, the urban areas also have no electricity for an hour. In rural areas, there are power outages for most of the day.
The humidity has increased for two days due to light rain. The reduction has also increased due to frequent local errors. City transformers are switched off due to overload. On Wednesday morning there was a bug in Mohalla Bhusamandi’s bundle cable. The closure of one side meant that half the town lost its electricity. After about two hours the power came back on. The feeders of Thandi Road, Lakula, Kutra, Jasmai Substation from Fatehgarh have been closed due to frequent journeys. As a result, the electricity in the villages failed several times during the day.
The transmission from four substations in the Gangapar area stopped at 7 a.m. This caused the power to fail in 300 villages. At 9 o’clock the substations were supplied with electricity. The Salempur and Rajepur substations have been blocked due to local disturbances. The Nibkarori substation was also closed at seven in the morning due to the cut. As a result, the power of 80 villages failed. Until the evening there was no electricity in the villages for most of the time due to emergency outages and local disturbances.
Aditya Pathak, a resident of the Gangapar area, says that most of the time power outages occur due to emergency outages and local disruptions. The heat bothers me.
Adesh Tiwari says the government is talking about providing electricity for 18 hours but not even getting 10 hours. Emergency outages and local disruptions are the main reasons for this.
Ravesh Kumar, a resident of Paharpur in Shamsabad, says stumbling happens a lot. The situation is that there is no electricity even for an hour. Cut two to three times an hour.
Nanhe Lal, a resident of Nagra of Taal, said the wires have become shabby, causing many errors. Even after complaints, they do not get well so quickly. This usually causes the power to fail.
“In the summer, electricity consumption increased and thefts also increased. Overloading has resulted in triggering problems. Emergency cuts are also made because of overload. This problem will be resolved soon. Rahul Babu Katiyar, Xen Rural
Farrukhabad. Efforts to improve the district’s electricity system stayed on paper for five years. After sending the papers from one board to another, they were buried in the files. Due to the unavailability of material, work on replacing ailing wires has come to a standstill.
Bundled cables lying in the city’s mohallas are dilapidated. The 11 kV LT line in rural areas is kinked in many places because it is dilapidated. The officials send the proposals to the senior officials every year, but the material does not arrive at the store. At the direction of the MD, the officers sent a video conference suggestion to replace the shoddy wire and bundle cable. Urban Xen asked for 10 thousand meters of bundled cables and other material. Instead of 10,000 meters, 200 meters of bundle cable were specified. Because of this, there is a power crisis.
“The proposal for the material has been drawn up and sent. Inability to work due to unavailability of the material. Again the proposal was made and sent. RB Yadav, Xen Urban

Farrukhabad. In the sultry summer, local disturbances and emergency cuts make consumers cry. Due to congestion, the urban areas also have no electricity for an hour. In rural areas, there is power outage for most of the day.

The humidity has increased for two days due to light rain. The reduction has also increased due to frequent local errors. City transformers are switched off due to overload. On Wednesday morning there was a bug in Mohalla Bhusamandi’s bundle cable. The closure of one side meant that half the town lost its electricity. After about two hours the power came back on. The feeders of Thandi Road, Lakula, Kutra, Jasmai Substation from Fatehgarh have been closed due to frequent journeys. As a result, the electricity in the villages failed several times during the day.

The transmission from four substations in the Gangapar area stopped at 7 a.m. This caused the power to fail in 300 villages. At 9 o’clock the substations were supplied with electricity. The Salempur and Rajepur substations have been blocked due to local disturbances. The Nibkarori substation was also closed at seven in the morning due to the cut. As a result, the power of 80 villages failed. Until the evening there was no electricity in the villages for most of the time due to emergency outages and local disturbances.

Aditya Pathak, a resident of the Gangapar area, says that most of the time power outages occur due to emergency outages and local disruptions. The heat bothers me.

Adesh Tiwari says the government is talking about providing electricity for 18 hours but not even getting 10 hours. Emergency outages and local disruptions are the main reasons for this.

Ravesh Kumar, a resident of Paharpur in Shamsabad, says stumbling happens a lot. The situation is that there is no electricity even for an hour. Cut two to three times an hour.

Nanhe Lal, a resident of Nagra of Taal, said the wires have become shabby, causing many errors. Even after complaints, they do not get well so quickly. This usually causes the power to fail.

“In the summer, electricity consumption increased and thefts also increased. Overloading has resulted in triggering problems. Emergency cuts are also made because of overload. This problem will be resolved soon. Rahul Babu Katiyar, Xen Rural

Farrukhabad. Efforts to improve the district’s electricity system stayed on paper for five years. After sending the papers from one board to another, they were buried in the files. Due to the unavailability of material, work on replacing ailing wires has come to a standstill.

Bundled cables lying in the city’s mohallas are dilapidated. The 11 kV LT line in rural areas is kinked in many places because it is dilapidated. The officials send the proposals to the senior officials every year, but the material does not arrive at the store. At the direction of the MD, the officers sent a video conference suggestion to replace the shoddy wire and bundle cable. Urban Xen asked for 10 thousand meters of bundled cables and other material. Instead of 10,000 meters, 200 meters of bundle cable were given. Because of this, there is a power crisis.

“The proposal for the material has been drawn up and sent. Inability to work due to unavailability of the material. Again the proposal was made and sent. RB Yadav, Xen Urban

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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