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Power Outage Reported Across Pakistan

Monday power outage in several city, including Rawalpindi and Karachi.

The national grid’s system frequency broke down at 7:34 am today, triggering a broad disruption in the electrical system, due to which Pakistan suffered the power outage, the Ministry of Energy stated in a tweet.

The restoration of grid stations from Warsak has started, the ministry remarked, adding that “system maintenance work is moving swiftly.”

It stated that a small number of grids operated by the Peshawar Electric Supply Company (PESCO) and Islamabad Electric Supply Company (IESCO) had been restored in the previous hour.

Imran Rana, a K-Electric spokeswoman, posted on Twitter that the business is “investigating the situation.”

Ninety percent of Karachi has reportedly been impacted.

The first (Pvt) Automated Weather Stations Network in Pakistan, PakWeather.com, also reported a power outage in several cities, including Islamabad, Lahore, Karachi, and Quetta.

The IESCO Official Claims

117 IESCO grid stations’ electrical supply has been cut off.

The IESCO Region Control Center has not yet provided a clear explanation for the suspension, but the business insisted that its “management is in continual communication with the competent authorities.”

 

 

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