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High Tension Line Trip, Major Power Breakdown in Karachi

Major Power Breakdown Hit Karachi as High Tension Line Disrupt Supply.

Details indicate that the major power breakdown after an additional high-tension line tripped, closing more than 30 grids.

Gulshan-e-Maymar, FB Area, Liaquatabad, SITE, Superhighway, North Karachi, North Nazimabad, Surjani Town, Gulshan, Shah Faisal, and Malir all experienced power outages.

Other regions without power included Orangi Town, Baldia, Saddar, Safora Chowrangi, Scheme 33, and the neighborhood.

Imran Rana, a spokesman for K-Electric, acknowledged that there were blackouts in numerous Karachi neighborhoods.

“Several outages were reported from various locations throughout the city. We are looking into the matter and will keep you updated here, the KE spokeswoman wrote on the microblogging platform.

The utility company also tweeted about the tweet. There are reports of many outages coming from various regions of the city.

High Tension Line Trip, Major Power Breakdown in Karachi.

Major Power Breakdown in Punjab and Sindh

Additionally, the provision of electricity has been halted in a number of areas of Sindh and Punjab, including Jacobabad, Shikarpur, Sibi, Dadu, and Ghotki.

Additionally, the supply of electricity has been cut off in a number of Punjabi cities, including Rahim Yar Khan and Rajanpur.

According to reports, a technical issue has caused the Guddu Thermal Power Station in Kashmore to stop producing electricity. Technical issues at the power plant prevent the 600MW and 747MW units from running.

The 500-kV system nationwide is not functioning, according to sources at National Transmission and Despatch Company (NTDC).

Without Electricity Areas

The collapse left the Karachi city and accountability courts without electricity, as well as the Sindh High Court.

Hyderabad, Thatta, Jamshoro, Sujawal, Badin, Tando Muhammad Khan, Tando Allah Yar, Mirpurkhas, Umarkot, Sanghar, Nawabshah, Matiari, Tharparkar, and Larkana were among the other Sindhi districts without electricity.

In the meantime, the Quetta Electric Supply Company (QESCO) reported that the malfunction caused power outages in at least 28 Balochistan districts. He stated that the problem had an impact on at least three power plants producing 220 kv’s of electricity.

 

 

 

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