Pakistan Power Crisis: ‘Welcome to Old Pakistan’… Pakistanis

Pakistan News: On the one hand, where Pakistan is going through a period of poverty, the country seems to be standing on the verge of poverty. Inflation is at its peak, people are struggling for basic things like flour and pulses. Meanwhile, new trouble has started for the neighboring country. Monday proved to be Black Monday for Pakistan. 

Actually, a large part of Pakistan was longing for electricity on Monday. Big cities like Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Peshawar and Quetta remained without electricity for almost 12 hours. Crores of people of Pakistan have been affected by this. After the power failure, social media users of Pakistan had a lot of fun on Twitter.

According to media reports, Pakistan’s electricity distribution system is very complicated and there was a dark shadow in Pakistan due to the failure of the national grid. Pakistan has almost come to a standstill due to the failure of the national grid. Many factories remained closed due to power supply failure. Government hospitals in Islamabad were forced to close their operation theatres.

Seeing the opportunity, Pakistanis enjoyed something like this on their own government’s Twitter. 

Hearing countywide power breakdown.poweroutage pic.twitter.com/AeaISjmjcK

— Haroon (@ThisHaroon) January 23, 2023

The people who are waking up with the battery percentage of only 10% poweroutage pic.twitter.com/YyyZeCOFPT

— Ehtisham Siddique (@iMShami_) January 23, 2023

The whole country waking up to no electricity: poweroutage pic.twitter.com/7lpulJqjBz

— Zain Ali (@theycallme_jutt) January 23, 2023

Scenes right now poweroutage pic.twitter.com/P9AdBrRLgM

— Qasim Ali (@i_qasimali) January 23, 2023

Scenes right now poweroutage pic.twitter.com/P9AdBrRLgM

— Qasim Ali (@i_qasimali) January 23, 2023

It is noteworthy that the condition of power supply in Pakistan is bad for many months. The Pakistan government has ordered markets to close at 8 pm to avoid long power cuts and deal with power shortages. 


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