More than half of Pakistan still in darkness, power not returned even after 24 hours, Shahbaz government failed – न्यूज़लीड India

More than half of Pakistan still in darkness, power not returned even after 24 hours, Shahbaz government failed

More than half of Pakistan still in darkness, power not returned even after 24 hours, Shahbaz government failed


Crores of people are troubled

Pakistan’s Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif has ordered an inquiry into the electricity outage, but the people of Pakistan are now very angry. A day ago at 7:30 in the morning, the power crisis started in Pakistan and even after 24 hours, the power has not been restored. At the same time, the power outage began when most parts of Pakistan were reeling under cold wave and the night temperature in the capital Islamabad was 4 degree Celsius, while the night temperature in Karachi was less than 8 degree Celsius. At the same time, within the last three months, the grid has failed for the second time in Pakistan, due to which there is a lot of anger among the people and people are venting their anger against Shahbaz Sharif’s government on social media and on the streets.

Why frequent power outages?

Why frequent power outages?

At the same time, analysts and officials in Pakistan have blamed the country’s outdated electricity network and very poor infrastructure for the electricity outage. Experts say that the electricity network in the country is so old that it needs heavy repairs, while the government says that the government does not have enough money to repair the power lines. However, Pakistan’s Energy Minister Khurram Dastgir wrote on Twitter that power restoration started in Pakistan as dusk fell. However, according to people on Twitter, power has not been restored in most areas. The energy minister had earlier said, “We have faced some hurdles, but we will overcome these hurdles and restore power.” They had claimed to restore power by 10 pm, but it did not happen.

Solving the crisis is not easy

Solving the crisis is not easy

Experts say that billions of rupees will be spent to solve the problem of power outage in Pakistan, but the government does not have that much money, so power outages will continue to happen again and again in Pakistan. Earlier, Pakistan’s Energy Minister Khurram Dastgir had said that in order to save fuel costs these days in Pakistan, as part of economic measures, power generation units are temporarily shut down at night and when the units are started again in the morning. When done, the transmission line started getting disturbed and the power grid started shutting down one by one. At the same time, the Energy Minister of Pakistan has also said that after the order of Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif, a 3-member investigation team has been formed and he has said that the Prime Minister has always ordered to run power plants, even if he Why not run on expensive kerosene only.

In which areas power was restored

According to Pakistani media reports, the power distribution companies of the capital Islamabad, Peshawar, Quetta, Multan and Sukkur have partially restored power in these areas, but it may take several more hours to restore the power supply completely. Meanwhile, Muhammad Afzal, a spokesman for the Quetta Electric Supply Company, told Dawn.com that three transmission lines had tripped in Balochistan province, according to a Dawn report. He added that “this has resulted in massive power cuts across Balochistan.” The affected cities include Quetta, Pishin, Qila Abdullah, Chaman, Lorlai Zhob, Qila Saifullah, Mastung, Sibbi, Ziarat, Kalat and Khujdar.

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