Tuesday , June 18 2024

After water, now there is electricity crisis in many areas of Delhi, Minister Atishi told the reason

Power crisis in Delhi: There has been a serious water problem in Delhi for the last few days. Now after water, the electricity crisis in Delhi has also deepened. Delhi government minister Atishi has given this information. Atishi said that a fire broke out in the PGCIL sub-station in Mandola, UP. Delhi gets 1500 MW of electricity from this sub-station. Atishi said that due to the fire in the Mandola sub-station, power has been cut off in many areas of Delhi. This is a very serious issue. It is a matter of great concern that the country's existing power infrastructure has already failed.

Which area is affected?

Atishi said that there has been a power cut in many areas of Delhi since 2:11 pm. It has affected many areas of East Delhi, some parts of ITO, Sukhdev Vihar, Ashram, Sarita Vihar in South Delhi.

Delhi government is working on alternatives

Minister Atishi said that at present the Delhi government is talking to the power companies of the national capital on this issue. For its immediate solution, it is being connected to other power sources of Delhi (eg, N-1).

Atishi will talk to the power minister

Atishi called it a very serious issue. She said that today I will seek time from Manohar Lal ji, who has become the new Energy Minister of the Central Government. All the power transmission systems in the country are operated by the Central Government, NTPS is its entire national power grid.

Delhi is also dependent on other states for electricity

Atishi said, as you all know, power generation in Delhi is very limited. Most of Delhi's power comes from outside states. It comes under NTCP. Then it is distributed in the country by three power companies. The responsibility of the Delhi government is only to strengthen the distribution system in the national capital.

sadhu nisha on central government

Along with this, Atishi has also targeted the central government. It is a matter of great concern that the country's power infrastructure has failed at this time. I will seek time to meet the Power Minister and PGCIL Chairman in this matter. Delhi is the country's capital. If such a failure occurs from the National Grid in the country's capital, it will have very serious consequences. The Delhi government has made every effort to provide 24-hour electricity throughout the week.