No light in 50 villages and people who feel hardship – Jokwa Feeder Case

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72 hours of power failure, outcry in 50 villages
Gurvaliya Bazaar (Kushinagar). On Monday, the electricity workers could not find the fault in the Rahsu supply cable even after 72 hours. The emergency situation of the power grid is a burden for consumers. In such a situation, people in 50 villages in the area are annoyed by the blackout in the scorching heat.
There was an outcry due to power outages in about 50 villages including Sohang, Vijedhara, Lavkush, Hata, Devpokhar, Srirampatti, Mahason, Kishundev Patti, Belwa, Misrauli, Karkhana Mahuva, Lala Gurvalia from Jokwa, which feeds the Fazilnagar substation. In these villages, electricity is only supplied three to four hours out of 72 hours. That upsets people.
Rajesh Rai says that many of the pillars and wires are in total disrepair. There is no one to supervise them.
Parshuram Singh says people are upset with the electricity company’s negligence. The deficiencies, which could be remedied in time, could not be discovered even after 72 hours.
Omprakash Shukla said Electricity Corporation is not properly looking after supplies. This means that the power supply remains interrupted for several hours.
Rajan Shukla said that people are worried about the power outages that happen every day. If the supply system is not correct, there is great unrest.
Full supply takes place from Kasaya. The Jokwa supply line is additionally burdened by cable faults in the Rahsu supply line and the community. The villages that are connected to the two feeders are supplied with electricity by electricity distribution. The error was discovered after three days. Electricity will be drawn from Thursday according to the timetable.
-Buddhiram Sah, SDO Vidyut Kasaya
The officials were instructed to remove the technical malfunctions and to restore the power supply to the consumers as planned. As a permanent solution to the problem, a proposal was made to the government to replace the ailing 33000 line from Kasaya to Fazilnagar.
-Ramapati Ram Tripathi … MP, Deoria

72 hours of power failure, outcry in 50 villages

Gurvaliya Bazaar (Kushinagar). On Monday, the electricity workers could not find the fault in the Rahsu supply cable even after 72 hours. The emergency situation of the power grid is a burden for consumers. In such a situation, people in 50 villages in the area are annoyed by the blackout in the scorching heat.

There was an outcry due to power outages in about 50 villages including Sohang, Vijedhara, Lavkush, Hata, Devpokhar, Srirampatti, Mahason, Kishundev Patti, Belwa, Misrauli, Karkhana Mahuva, Lala Gurvalia from Jokwa, which feeds the Fazilnagar substation. In these villages, electricity is only supplied three to four hours out of 72 hours. That upsets people.

Rajesh Rai says that many of the pillars and wires are in total disrepair. There is no one to supervise them.

Parshuram Singh says people are upset with the electricity company’s negligence. The deficiencies, which could be remedied in time, could not be discovered even after 72 hours.

Omprakash Shukla said Electricity Corporation is not properly looking after supplies. This means that the power supply remains interrupted for several hours.

Rajan Shukla said that people are worried about the power outages that happen every day. If the supply system is not correct, there is great unrest.

Full supply takes place from Kasaya. The Jokwa supply line is additionally burdened by cable faults in the Rahsu supply line and the community. The villages that are connected to the two feeders are supplied with electricity by electricity distribution. The error was discovered after three days. Electricity will be drawn from Thursday according to the timetable.

-Buddhiram Sah, SDO Vidyut Kasaya

The officials were instructed to remove the technical malfunctions and to restore the power supply to the consumers as planned. As a permanent solution to the problem, a proposal was made to the government to replace the ailing 33000 line from Kasaya to Fazilnagar.

-Ramapati Ram Tripathi … MP, Deoria

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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