Power grid of many villages collapsed in the rain

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Samvad news agency
Barot. Due to the rain on Tuesday morning, the power grid of Baraut Nagar and many villages in the rural area was interrupted. People kept shaking the clerks ‘and officers’ phones to keep the power supply running smoothly, but no one answered the phone.
The power grid was blocked in many villages, including Bijraul, Bamnauli, Doghat, Pusar, Daha, Santnagar, Ranchad, Sirsali, Kanhad, Kandera, Chhachharpur, Gungkhedi, which were connected to the XEN-II office. This exacerbated the drinking water crisis in the village. Jaiveer, Praveen, Udham, Kapil, Dinesh, Rahul, Kavinder, Pravesh, etc. claim that people kept calling the company’s officers and employees to keep the power running smoothly, but no one received the phone. On the other hand, XEN II deputy chief engineer Gopal Singh said that the electricity workers were sent to the villages where supplies were cut off due to rain.

Samvad news agency

Barot. Due to the rain on Tuesday morning, the power grid of Baraut Nagar and many villages in the rural area was interrupted. People kept shaking the clerks ‘and officers’ phones to keep the power supply running smoothly, but no one answered the phone.

The power grid was blocked in many villages, including Bijraul, Bamnauli, Doghat, Pusar, Daha, Santnagar, Ranchad, Sirsali, Kanhad, Kandera, Chhachharpur, Gungkhedi, which were connected to the XEN-II office. This exacerbated the drinking water crisis in the village. Jaiveer, Praveen, Udham, Kapil, Dinesh, Rahul, Kavinder, Pravesh, etc. claim that people kept calling the company’s officers and employees to keep the power running smoothly, but no one received the phone. On the other hand, XEN II deputy chief engineer Gopal Singh said that the electricity workers were sent to the villages where supplies were cut off due to rain.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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