Villagers upset about stalled power supply

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Due to the collapse of wires and masts in the storm, electricity was cut in seven villages in the Sadar block for five days. Angry villagers blocked Chakia-Chandauli road on Monday by placing a bass ball near the siphon on Chakia-Chandauli road as the wire pole repair failed to restore supplies. This resulted in a line of vehicles on either side. SDO Prashant Kumar, who arrived after the information, assured that the power supply would be restarted with an early repair. After that, the villagers agreed and the traffic jam ended.
On June 2, there was heavy thunderstorm and rain in the district. In the process, wires and masts collapsed in many places. As a result, the electricity supply to the villages of Mustafapur, Hathiani, Fattepur, Piparpatiyan, Ramgarhwan, Masouni and Sohadwar in the area came to a standstill. The villagers reported the problem many times to the Department of Energy officials, but the wires and poles have not yet been repaired. The patience of the villagers, who tolerated the humid heat without electricity, was answered on Monday. Dozens of villagers from many villages blocked the Chakia-Chandauli road. In addition to the main road, traffic was also disrupted on the connecting road from Hathiyani to Kanta Siphon. According to the information, Prashant Kumar, SDO of Sadar Kotwali Police and Electricity Department, reached the scene. He assured me that the broken wire and the rod would be repaired at the earliest. After that, the villagers calmed down and ended the traffic jam. Traffic on the route was interrupted for about an hour. This caused anger for passers-by.

Due to the collapse of wires and masts in the storm, electricity was cut in seven villages in the Sadar block for five days. Angry villagers blocked Chakia-Chandauli road on Monday by placing a bass ball near the siphon on Chakia-Chandauli road as the wire pole repair failed to restore supplies. This resulted in a line of vehicles on either side. SDO Prashant Kumar, who arrived after the information, assured that the power supply would be restarted with an early repair. After that, the villagers agreed and the traffic jam ended.

On June 2, there was heavy thunderstorm and rain in the district. In the process, wires and masts collapsed in many places. As a result, the electricity supply to the villages of Mustafapur, Hathiani, Fattepur, Piparpatiyan, Ramgarhwan, Masouni and Sohadwar in the area came to a standstill. The villagers reported the problem many times to the Department of Energy officials, but the wires and poles have not yet been repaired. The patience of the villagers, who tolerated the humid heat without electricity, was answered on Monday. Dozens of villagers from many villages blocked the Chakia-Chandauli road. In addition to the main road, traffic was also disrupted on the connecting road from Hathiyani to Kanta Siphon. According to the information, Prashant Kumar, SDO of Sadar Kotwali Police and Electricity Department, reached the scene. He promised to have the broken wire and the rod repaired at the earliest. After that, the villagers calmed down and ended the traffic jam. Traffic on the route was interrupted for about an hour. This caused trouble for passers-by.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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