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Large areas of Barisal metropolis are without electricity during the heat of autumn and summer

Large areas of Barisal metropolis are without electricity during the heat of autumn and summer
Large areas of Barisal metropolis are without electricity during the heat of autumn and summer

Lakhs of people are suffering indescribable suffering as the power supply is off from 9 am in large areas of Barisal metropolis in the heat of autumn and summer. Many of the children and adults are getting sick, some have called the media offices and said. On Saturday, the mercury in Barisal metropolis was around 35 degrees Celsius.
Since 9 am on Saturday, power supply has been shut down for emergency maintenance work in circuit house feeder, Hatim Ali College feeder and Alekanda feeder connected to Rupatali 33/11 KV sub-station of the city. As a result, there is no limit to the suffering of about 50,000 people connected to these feeders.
In the midst of this calamity, at least 8 feeders connected to Palashpur 33/11 KV sub-station were cut off at least 8 feeders connected to Palashpur 33/11 KV sub-station when Rupatali-Palashpur 33 KV line broke at 12 noon. As a result, until writing this report at 1.30 pm, almost half of the city is without electricity. Engineers of the Barisal distribution division of Ojopadico could not say when the Polashpur sub-station would be able to be put into operation on the 33 thousand volt cable. However, efforts are being made to start the Palashpur sub-station with alternative power from Kashipur.
On the other hand, after the emergency maintenance work, Hatem Ali College, Circuit House and Alekanda Feeder 3 in the city will not be able to be supplied with electricity before 5 pm, the engineers said.


The article is in Bengali

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