Weather in Lakhimpur Khiri – After the rain, 50 villages lost power for 12 hours

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Mitouli (Lakhimpur Kheri). Due to the light rain of the pre-monsoon, the power grid in the Mitouli region collapsed. In about 50 villages including the Tehsil headquarters there was a power outage on Friday night after 12 noon, after which there was a power outage all night. On the second day on Saturday, after 12 p.m., the supply began. After a while, the fault caused another power cut for about two hours.
Power is available from Sitapur’s Neri substation at Mitouli substation, which often cuts the power supply due to the long line due to a fault in the shabby line. In light wind or rain, the power supply fails completely, after which it takes many hours to find and fix the error. Light rain fell on Friday night, causing disruption in pipelines near the villages of Suatali and Kolhaura. There was a power failure throughout the night, after which the supply could not be restored until after noon on the second day of Saturday. For this reason, the supply in villages like Kasta, Khurda, Babauna, Pipariya, etc. JE Vijay Sharma said that due to the old pipe, light rain has increased the incidence of faults in the pipes that take many hours to find and then fix it.
Electricity in Gauriganj stalled for eight days
Mother. The villagers are not getting smooth electricity because the low capacity transformers in the village of Gauriganj connected to the Rehariya supply line are overloaded. The power went out for eight days.
Rampratap, Yogendra Singh, Balgovind, Asaram etc. from the village say that there are around 105 connections in the village, while the transformer is blown up in the event of an overload due to low capacity, which interrupts the power supply for eight days. Homemade gadgets have become a showcase. The villagers have asked for the power supply to be restored using a transformer with a larger capacity. Lineman Sarvesh Kumar says the second transformer has been installed and supplies will be restored on Sunday. conversation

Mitouli (Lakhimpur Kheri). Due to the light rain of the pre-monsoon, the power grid in the Mitouli region collapsed. In about 50 villages including the Tehsil headquarters there was a power outage on Friday night after 12 noon, after which there was a power outage all night. On the second day on Saturday, after 12 p.m., the supply began. After a while, the fault caused another power cut for about two hours.

Power is available from Sitapur’s Neri substation at Mitouli substation, which often cuts the power supply due to the long line due to a fault in the shabby line. In light wind or rain, the power supply fails completely, after which it takes many hours to find and fix the error. Light rain fell on Friday night, causing disruption in pipelines near the villages of Suatali and Kolhaura. There was a power failure throughout the night, after which the supply could not be restored until after noon on the second day of Saturday. For this reason, supplies in villages like Kasta, Khurda, Babauna, Pipariya etc. have been stopped. JE Vijay Sharma said that due to the old pipe, light rain has increased the incidence of faults in the pipes that take many hours to find and then fix.

Electricity in Gauriganj stalled for eight days

Mother. The villagers are not getting smooth electricity because the low capacity transformers in the village of Gauriganj connected to the Rehariya supply line are overloaded. The power went out for eight days.

Rampratap, Yogendra Singh, Balgovind, Asaram etc. from the village say that there are around 105 connections in the village, while the transformer is blown up in the event of an overload due to low capacity, which interrupts the power supply for eight days. Homemade gadgets have become a showcase. The villagers have asked for the power supply to be restored using a transformer with a higher capacity. Lineman Sarvesh Kumar says the second transformer has been installed and supplies will be restored on Sunday. conversation

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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