Heavy storm, rain caused destruction, more than 80 broken electricity pylons

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Firozabad / Tundla. The strong storm that came on Thursday night devastated the district. More than 80 electricity pylons were broken in the entire district. Trees fell on electrical lines in more than 24 places. The whole city was shrouded in darkness until late at night. In large parts, the power supply was restored on Friday morning. The power supply was not restored in many parts of the country even after 20 hours.
On Thursday night at eight o’clock it rained with strong thunderstorms. There was a power outage throughout the city and in the country. After the storm stopped, the teams went on patrol. Power was restored in most parts of the city after 1 p.m. A tree collapsed and fell on the wire near the PW guest house in the Rusalpur area. At 5 a.m. the power supply could be restored. The mast of the Karkauli feeder fell on the power line of the labor colony. Five trees fell on the power line near Kakrau Kothi. The power cord was attached by removing it from the crane. Gandhi Park, Suhagnagar and other tributaries of the city remained closed until late at night. Water was flooded in the courtyard of the Kanhaiya Nagar Feeder. The power supply from Raipura and Napai feeders could be restored after approx. 15 hours. In the area of ​​Raipura, 15 electricity pylons were torn down by the storm. Five masts fell in Narkhi and 10 in Dabrai. The Karkauli feeder was closed for 24 hours. Power was restored in more than 150 villages in the district after 24 hours. In Tundla, Sirsaganj region, the report of a broken power pole was also sent to the electricity department.
In many areas there is still no electricity
Even after 24 hours, electricity was not restored in many areas. Where the masts were broken, new masts were installed in those areas. As far as the power line was fine. The Department of Electricity supplied electricity to these areas. But even on the second night, many villages remained dark due to the polar break.
An estimated 80 masts have been broken in the district. In more than 24 places, power lines were torn by uprooting trees. The power supply was restored in many areas. But many areas still remain.
VS Chauhan, Xen

Firozabad / Tundla. The strong storm that came on Thursday night devastated the district. More than 80 electricity pylons were broken in the entire district. Trees fell on electrical lines in more than 24 places. The whole city was shrouded in darkness until late at night. In large parts, the power supply was restored on Friday morning. The power supply was not restored in many parts of the country even after 20 hours.

On Thursday night at eight o’clock it rained with strong thunderstorms. There was a power outage throughout the city and in the country. After the storm stopped, the teams went on patrol. Power was restored in most parts of the city after 1 p.m. A tree collapsed and fell on the wire near the PW guest house in the Rusalpur area. At 5 a.m. the power supply could be restored. The mast of the Karkauli feeder fell on the power line of the labor colony. Five trees fell on the power line near Kakrau Kothi. The power cord was attached by removing it from the crane. Gandhi Park, Suhagnagar and other tributaries of the city remained closed until late at night. Water was flooded in the courtyard of the Kanhaiya Nagar Feeder. The power supply from Raipura and Napai feeders could be restored after approx. 15 hours. In the area of ​​Raipura, 15 electricity pylons were torn down by the storm. Five masts fell in Narkhi and 10 in Dabrai. The Karkauli feeder was closed for 24 hours. Power was restored in more than 150 villages in the district after 24 hours. In Tundla, Sirsaganj region, the report of a broken power pole was also sent to the electricity department.

In many areas there is still no electricity

Even after 24 hours, electricity was not restored in many areas. Where the masts were broken, new masts were installed in those areas. As far as the power line was fine. The Department of Electricity supplied electricity to these areas. But even on the second night, many villages remained dark due to the polar break.

Around 80 masts are said to have broken in the district. Power lines broke in more than 24 places due to tree breaks. The power supply was restored in many areas. But many areas still remain.

VS Chauhan, Xen

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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