Threat from high voltage conductor wire

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Lalitpur. Due to the indifference of the Ministry of Electricity officials, the high voltage power line has become a threat from the roofs of many houses in Mohalla Jugpura and Pisnari Bagh of the city. Alam is that the people who live in these houses are always at risk of spreading electricity when it rains. Surprisingly, even after several complaints with the department heads, these lines are not removed here.
During electrification, citing government work by the Ministry of Electricity, a network of high-voltage lines was laid across the vacant lots and lots without the landowner’s permission. If the home is being built by the property owner at this point, the high voltage lines will remain an obstacle. Due to the difficult process of shifting lines according to departmental rules, they build houses under the lines. In Mohalla Pisnari Bagh town, near the canal and in Mohalla Jugpura, dozens of houses have been built under the stars because long, wide steamers removed the HT lines, and now the situation is that the roofs of the houses are scarce came out above the HT lines have become a threat to people’s lives. Especially in the rainy season, the wires of the HT line fall onto the roof in the event of a fault, causing the electricity to spread through the houses. It was in these that a young Rajghat resident who lived for rent in a house on the banks of the canal in Mohalla Pisnari Bagh died about four years ago after touching the wire on the roof. The workers themselves were electrocuted here while they were building houses. At the same time, about four years ago, in Mohalla Jugpura, a woman died after touching the high-voltage power line wire that came out of her roof, and the goods stored on the roof of a house even caught fire. However, there are sporadic electric shocks here every year. Even after that, no concrete measures will be taken by the electricity office, citizens’ representatives and the district administration to remove the high-voltage lines above the houses, so that now, when the time of rain comes, the high-voltage lines will come out again over the houses in these areas, there is a possibility of Electricity during the disturbance and fear reigns among people.
In order to remove the high voltage lines, the locals have submitted memoranda to the electricity department many times, but until now the high voltage lines have not been removed. Because of this, a wall has now been built on the roof with the wires coming out so that members of the house cannot reach the wires.
Deepak Sahu, Jugpura.
Everyone is in danger, when it rains there is more fear of currents
It is necessary to remove the power lines from the top of the houses. There have been many accidents here in the past. There’s always fear in the rain so the wires don’t break. Children are not allowed on the roof. Everyone is at risk, in such a situation the department and county council should take measures to remove the high-voltage lines.
Many years ago power lines were laid on the undeveloped property. Now people have built houses there. Now there is no such provision for the removal of HT lines by the Electricity Department.
Rakesh Kumar Singh, Executive Engineer, Electricity Distribution I.

Lalitpur. Due to the indifference of the Ministry of Electricity officials, the high voltage power line has become a threat from the roofs of many houses in Mohalla Jugpura and Pisnari Bagh of the city. Alam is that the people who live in these houses are always at risk of spreading electricity when it rains. Surprisingly, even after several complaints with the department heads, these lines are not removed here.

During electrification, citing government work by the Ministry of Electricity, a network of high-voltage lines was laid across the vacant lots and lots without the landowner’s permission. If the home is being built in this location by the landowner, the power lines will remain an obstacle. Due to the difficult process of shifting lines according to departmental rules, they build houses under the lines. In Mohalla Pisnari Bagh town, near the canal and in Mohalla Jugpura, dozens of houses have been built under the stars because long, wide steamers removed the HT lines, and now the situation is that the roofs of the houses are scarce came out above the HT lines have become a threat to people’s lives. Especially in the rainy season, the wires of the HT line fall onto the roof in the event of a fault, causing the electricity to spread through the houses. It was in these that a young Rajghat resident who lived for rent in a house on the banks of the canal in Mohalla Pisnari Bagh died about four years ago after touching the wire on the roof. The workers themselves were electrocuted here while they were building houses. At the same time, about four years ago, in Mohalla Jugpura, a woman died after touching the high-voltage power line wire that came out of her roof, and the goods stored on the roof of a house even caught fire. However, there are sporadic electric shocks here every year. Even after that, no concrete measures will be taken by the electricity department, citizens’ representatives and the district administration to remove the high-voltage lines above the houses, so that now, when the time of rain comes, the high-voltage lines will come out again over the houses in these areas, there is a possibility of one Stroms during the disturbance and fear reigns among the people.

In order to remove the high voltage lines, the locals have submitted memoranda to the electricity department many times, but until now the high voltage lines have not been removed. Because of this, a wall has now been built on the roof with the wires coming out so that members of the house cannot reach the wires.

Deepak Sahu, Jugpura.

Everyone is in danger, when it rains there is more fear of currents

It is necessary to remove the power lines from the top of the houses. There have been many accidents here in the past. There’s always fear in the rain so the wires don’t break. Children are not allowed on the roof. Everyone is at risk, in such a situation the department and county council should take measures to remove the high-voltage lines.

Many years ago power lines were laid on the undeveloped property. Now people have built houses there. Now there is no such provision for the removal of HT lines by the Electricity Department.

Rakesh Kumar Singh, Executive Engineer, Electricity Distribution I.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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