Pakistan: Short circuit in Parliament, work stalled for three days

Pakistan Short Circuit in Parliament House: Darkness engulfed many cities of Pakistan after power failure. At the same time, after the short circuit in the Parliament of Pakistan, the functioning has been badly affected. The offices of the National Assembly and the Senate Secretariat have been closed for three days due to a short circuit in the Parliament House. Taking cognizance of the power situation, the President of the Senate and the Speaker of the National Assembly have issued immediate precautionary measures and related orders.

Due to the short circuit in the Pakistani Parliament House, the power system has been greatly affected. The meetings scheduled from 4 pm on 23 January 2023 to 11 am on 26 January 2023 have been cancelled.

Short circuit in Pakistan’s parliament

Due to short circuit in the Parliament House building, offices of National Assembly & Senate Secretariat has been closed for three days. Taking cognizance of the situation, Chairman Senate & Speaker National Assembly has ordered immediate precautionary measures & concerned..1/2

— Senate of Pakistan (@SenatePakistan) January 22, 2023

Meetings canceled from January 23 to January 26

Along with this, it has been said in the notification that the President of the Senate has canceled all the meetings to be held from 4 pm on January 23, 2023 to 11 am on January 26, 2023. Regarding this issue, the National Assembly said in a tweet, "There was a short circuit in Parliament on Sunday. Thank God that no major damage has been done due to this. All offices will remain closed till January 26 for repair works.”

Yesterday, there was a short circuit in Parliament.

Thank God, there was no significant harm.

However, all offices on premises will be closed until Jan 26, 2023, to carry out maintenance & Conduct a thorough evaluation of the structure to prevent similar incidents in future.

— National Assembly of 🇵🇰 (@NAofPakistan) January 23, 2023

Power failure in many parts of Pakistan

According to the report of Pakistan’s Geo News, there is no electricity in many areas of Karachi and Lahore. Pakistani journalist Asad Ali Toor tweeted that since 7:30 in the morning there is a power failure in the entire country. According to the Quetta Electric Supply Company (QESCO), two transmission lines from Guddu to Quetta were snapped. Let us inform that earlier in October last year, Pakistan had experienced a major power crisis.

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