The high-voltage line wire broke and fell in the field, and the workers who transplanted rice barely survived

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Kudfatehgarh. The dilapidated high-voltage line, which runs at a height of two to two meters in the forest between the village of Reeth and Mumrejpur in the area, invites you to a serious accident. While planting rice fields in the forest of the village of Reeth, the electric wire broke in the field and fell down. Fortunately, the wire had fallen into the other corner. There was no water in the field in the corner where the workers were. The supply was cut off by calling the power plant. The incident caused panic among workers.
On Wednesday morning, Badde Pal, a resident of the village of Reeth, planted rice in his field with the workers of the village. A high-voltage line runs across this field. Then suddenly an electric wire broke in a corner of the field and fell. Fortunately, the workers were in the other corner. Where there were workers, there was no water. Because of the great distance, he did not feel the current. When they saw the wire break, there was excitement among the workers. Everyone ran out of the field. All seven people survived the accident safely. The supply was stopped by a phone call to the power plant and the rice transplant was done by removing the wires.
Power line past forage and sugar cane harvest
Because of the high voltage line that leads to the villages of Reeth and Mumrejpur, many farmers are in danger while farming. The shabby iron wire comes out and touches the standing crops in the fields. Electric cables pass by touching green fodder and sugar cane plants that are in the fields of Reeth residents Dheeraj and Neeraj.
The leaves of the sugar cane plant were burned by the power cables. Because of this, farmers are at risk when harvesting, plowing and sowing the standing crops in their fields. The villagers say that the ailing line has been there for many years, which the lower engineer at the power plant complained about many times, but nothing has happened so far, except the assurance that the wire will be replaced. On Wednesday, Praveen Maurya, a resident of Reeth, sent a complaint to Energy Minister Shrikant Sharma, informing him of the shabby and hanging wires.

Kudfatehgarh. The dilapidated high-voltage line, which runs at a height of two to two meters in the forest between the village of Reeth and Mumrejpur in the area, invites you to a serious accident. While planting rice fields in the forest of the village of Reeth, the electric wire broke in the field and fell down. Fortunately, the wire had fallen into the other corner. There was no water in the field in the corner where the workers were. The supply was cut off by calling the power plant. The incident caused panic among workers.

On Wednesday morning, Badde Pal, a resident of the village of Reeth, planted rice in his field with the workers of the village. A high-voltage line runs across this field. Then suddenly an electric wire broke in a corner of the field and fell. Fortunately, the workers were in the other corner. Where there were workers, there was no water. Because of the great distance, he did not feel the current. When they saw the wire break, there was excitement among the workers. Everyone ran out of the field. All seven people survived the accident safely. The supply was stopped by a phone call to the power plant and the rice transplant was done by removing the wires.

Power line past forage and sugar cane harvest

Because of the high voltage line that leads to the villages of Reeth and Mumrejpur, many farmers are in danger while farming. The shabby iron wire comes out and touches the standing crops in the fields. Electric cables pass by touching green fodder and sugar cane plants that are in the fields of Reeth residents Dheeraj and Neeraj.

The leaves of the sugar cane plant were burned by the power cables. Because of this, farmers are at risk when harvesting, plowing and sowing the standing crops in their fields. The villagers say that the ailing line has been there for many years, which the lower engineer at the power plant complained about many times, but nothing has happened so far, except the assurance that the wire will be replaced. On Wednesday, Praveen Maurya, a resident of Reeth, sent a complaint to Energy Minister Shrikant Sharma, informing him of the shabby and hanging wires.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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