Power Supply – The power supply can start after 72 hours

Fatehpur The power supply to Belhara underground station was cut on Wednesday morning due to thunderstorms. As a result, 70,000 inhabitants from around 40 villages in the region were affected. Power was restored after 72 hours. At the same time, the supply was interrupted for two hours when two feeders blew into the city of Fatehpur.
On Wednesday there was heavy rain with heavy thunderstorms. Due to the storm, there was an error in the line due to the trees falling. As a result, the power supply to around 40 villages from the Belhara feeder was cut off. Because of this, people’s inverters and cell phones have been turned off. Power was restored on Friday morning. In the same place, Fatehpur City’s Sarai Bazar and Station Feeder burned on Thursday evening. The supply was turned on after the feeder was repaired on Friday morning.
SDO Sarvesh Kumar said the line is collapsing due to breaking trees and branches due to the strong wind, which stopped the Belhara feeder. The supply was started by repairing the line. At the same time, two Fatehpur feeders were burned due to a technical defect that was fixed and supplies restored. (Conversation)

Fatehpur The power supply to Belhara underground station was cut on Wednesday morning due to thunderstorms. As a result, 70,000 inhabitants from around 40 villages in the region were affected. Power was restored after 72 hours. At the same time, the supply was interrupted for two hours when two feeders blew into the city of Fatehpur.

On Wednesday there was heavy rain with heavy thunderstorms. Due to the storm, there was an error in the line due to the trees falling. As a result, the power supply to around 40 villages from the Belhara feeder was cut off. Because of this, people’s inverters and cell phones have been turned off. Power was restored on Friday morning. In the same place, Fatehpur City’s Sarai Bazar and Station Feeder burned on Thursday evening. The supply was turned on after the feeder was repaired on Friday morning.

SDO Sarvesh Kumar said the line is collapsing due to breaking trees and branches due to the strong wind, which stopped the Belhara feeder. The supply was started by repairing the line. At the same time, two Fatehpur feeders were burned due to a technical defect that was fixed and supplies restored. (Conversation)

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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