Today when, where load shedding

Today when, where load shedding
Today when, where load shedding

In order to meet the shortage of electricity in the country, since July 19 this year, the government decided to carry out area-wise load shedding. Due to this, load shedding is happening every day in different areas of the capital from 10 am to night.

Routine loadshedding will start from 10 am on Saturday (September 10).

Meanwhile, there is some good news for DPDC customers. These customers may get uninterrupted power for the third consecutive day. There is no load shedding in Dhaka Power Distribution Company (DPDC) service area on Saturday (September 10). There was no load shedding schedule in DPDC area on Thursday and Friday as well.

The DPDC authorities informed this information in a notification on Friday (September 9) night.

Instead of giving the schedule on this day, the company said that there is no load shedding in the DPDC area at the moment. However, load shedding may be imposed on receipt of load less allocation. Therefore, all are requested to visit the website of DPDC to get updated information.

However, Dhaka Electric Supply Company Limited (DESCO) has given a regular schedule of load shedding. In a notification, they have informed, the list of where and when loadshedding will be done today.

It has been said that the load shedding will take place on Saturday (September 10) from 10 am to 10 pm as per the announced schedule. DESCO customers to know when the load shedding will be in which area of ​​the capital today here click on

DPDC is responsible for electricity distribution in most areas of the capital Dhaka and some areas of Narayanganj. On the other hand, the Dhaka Electric Supply Company (DESCO) distributes electricity to an area of ​​about 400 square kilometers in Dhaka and Gazipur, including Mirpur, Cantonment, Gulshan, Banani, Mohakhali, Uttara, Badda, Tongi-Purbachal in the capital.

Bangladesh Journal/Raju


The article is in Bengali

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