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Electrical cables fell and fell, devotees ran to save their lives: shopkeepers caused chaos, electricity corporation waiting for big accident

Electrical cables fell and fell, devotees ran to save their lives: shopkeepers caused chaos, electricity corporation waiting for big accident

The negligence of the electricity department in Mehndipur Balaji, the religious city of the district, is not taking the name of stopping. There are accidents due to sparking in power transformers and cables amidst the movement of thousands of devotees every day, but the Electricity Corporation has no attention to this. The latest case is near Udaipura Tirahe in the main market of Balaji town, where a sudden spark started to rise in an electric cable amidst rain. This caused panic among the devotees and shopkeepers present there. The sparks rising on the electric pole saw fireworks like fireworks. For a long time, there was a stir in the shopkeepers operating under the cable due to continuous sparks and smoke. When these shopkeepers were seen removing the goods, the devotees were also seen running here and there to save their lives. Many bikes were also parked under the electric pole at the time of the accident, but it was a matter of honor that no major accident happened. Local people called the power house and stopped the supply. Let us know that a few days ago, a sudden fire broke out due to sparking in a transformer near Balaji temple, a big accident was averted. At the same time, the State Human Rights Commission had also instructed to repair the power related deficiencies, despite this, the officers of the corporation remain negligent. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.

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July 23rd 2022, 6:51 am
Amitesh Kumar
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