Power supply interrupted for 14 hours

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Fatehpur. In the Awas Vikas colony, the power supply was interrupted for 14 hours. Due to a fault in the transformer, the supply, which was interrupted on Wednesday evening from 11 a.m., could be resumed on the second day at 1 p.m. During this time, people also faced water crises. In the morning, people who had to do with the job faced the problem of water for bathing, etc. Due to the many hand pumps in the colony, there was a fight for water.
In the night of Wednesday at 11 p.m., the power supply in the EWS colony Awas Vikas was interrupted. Because of this, around a thousand families faced problems. Meanwhile, people tried to call the subcenter, but no one picked up the phone. Since there was no electricity, families without inverters sat on the streets and on the roofs all night. The biggest problem on Thursday morning was the water. People who had to do with the job had to fill the hand pumps for water. Most people had to go to work without taking a bath. The lack of electricity in households with young children caused a lot of trouble. Sighed in relief when supplies started at 1 p.m. However, they stumbled late into the night.
Under engineer Abunagar Abhinav Kumar says the supply was cut due to a technical failure in the 400 KVA transformer installed in the colony. The supply is currently running. Now if there is a problem with the transformer, it will be replaced.

Fatehpur. In the Awas Vikas colony, the power supply was interrupted for 14 hours. Due to a fault in the transformer, the supply, which was interrupted on Wednesday evening from 11 a.m., could be resumed on the second day at 1 p.m. During this time, people also faced water crises. In the morning, people who had to do with the job faced the problem of water for bathing, etc. Due to the many hand pumps in the colony, there was a fight for water.

In the night of Wednesday at 11 p.m., the power supply in the EWS colony Awas Vikas was interrupted. Because of this, around a thousand families faced problems. Meanwhile, people tried to call the subcenter, but no one picked up the phone. Since there was no electricity, families without inverters sat on the streets and on the roofs all night. The biggest problem on Thursday morning was the water. People who had to do with the job had to fill the hand pumps for water. Most people had to go to work without taking a bath. The lack of electricity in households with young children caused a lot of trouble. Sighed in relief when supplies started at 1 p.m. However, they stumbled late into the night.

Under engineer Abunagar Abhinav Kumar says the supply was cut due to a technical failure in the 400 KVA transformer installed in the colony. The supply is currently running. Now if there is a problem with the transformer, it will be replaced.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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