Pakistan is already facing power shortage and long cuts. To save electricity, the government is getting the markets closed at 8 o'clock only. First flour ran out in Pakistan, then the crisis of gas and petrol deepened and now electricity has also failed.
Islamabad: The difficulties of the people of Pakistan are not taking the name of being reduced. A large part of Pakistan is immersed in darkness since Monday morning. The reason for this is said to be a fault in the high-tension transmission lines between Quetta and Guddu.
Because of this, there was a power failure in many parts of Pakistan. Please tell that Pakistan is already facing power shortage and long cuts. To save electricity, the government is getting the markets closed at 8 o’clock only. First flour ran out in Pakistan, then the crisis of gas and petrol deepened and now electricity has also failed.
Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) chief Nawaz Sharif has said that the former chief of the Pakistan Army and intelligence agency ISI, who rigged the 2018 general elections to topple the Imran Khan-led government, are responsible for the current crisis in the country. put in power.
Pakistan’s Ministry of Energy has said in a statement that a disturbance was registered in the National Grid at 7.34 am. Efforts are on to restore power supply. Metro service has also been affected due to power outage, due to which the passengers are facing difficulties.
The power supply to 117 grid stations of the Islamabad Electricity Supply Company has also been disrupted, plunging the entire city and Rawalpindi into darkness. Quoting sources, it is being said that it may take several hours for the power to come back.
It is being told that there have been power cuts in many districts including 22 districts of Balochistan like Quetta, Islamabad, Lahore, cities of Multan region and Karachi. Officials said that they are probing the matter. According to reports, due to technical fault in the transmission lines, power has been disrupted in Sindh, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Punjab and the capital.