Power Cut in Indore: Today in these areas there was no electricity for half an hour to four hours, the residents are worried. Today electricity went off in these areas of Indore for hours, residents upset


Power Cut in Indore : Power cuts have been going on in Indore for the past several days. On the other hand, even today, power was cut in different parts of half the city for about half an hour to 4 hours. Earlier on Thursday also there was a power failure. According to the information, Amit Tomar, Managing Director of Madhya Pradesh West Region Power Distribution Company, Indore has said that he visited the Dudhia distribution center when he went to take stock of the power system.

During this, saw the power supply for irrigation in the fields. Also took information about electricity. In fact, for a long time, there is daily power cut in the areas from Indore airport to Rajwada and nearby colonies, due to which the people of Indore city are very much worried. In such a situation, this information came to the fore today that there will be power cut in some areas of Indore.

In these areas, Rajiv Awas Vihar Colony, Scheme No. 78, in the vicinity of Prestige School, there was a power cut in the morning. After this, power was cut for half an hour in the afternoon from Shyam Nagar, Parag Nagar, Bangar, Chandragupta Chauraha to the surrounding areas. At the same time, the supply on the feeder will be stopped in the Daily College zone and its surrounding areas under the South Division.

In this case, the power can be kept off for about 4 hours. Apart from this, Vishnupuri, Khatiwala Tank, Vishnapuri, Khatiwala Tank, Dashmesh Dwar, Jabar Colony, Juni Indore Police Station, Holkar College, University Quarter, Bhanwarkuan, Transport Nagar, Aditya Nagar, Bilawali Filter, Anand Palace, AB Road, Rajiv Gandhi Square and so on. Part of Sata Ring Road, Piplia Rao, Bholaram Ustad Marg, Gurunanak Chauraha, Manikbagh, Swami Dayanand Nagar, Shireen Villa, Nandanvan, Masjidwala Road, Brookband Colony, Mechanic Nagar Badribagh and all the surrounding areas will face power failure.

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