Power restored after severe blackout in Pakistan

Pakistan Grid Stations Restored: People have got relief from the power crisis in Pakistan. After being in darkness for 24 hours, electricity service has been restored in the country. Nationwide power grids have been restored after massive power cuts for 24 hours in Pakistan. The power crisis in Pakistan had completely collapsed since Monday morning.

After the power cut in Pakistan, millions of people were forced to live in darkness in many cities including Islamabad, Karachi.

Grid Stations Restored

All 1112 grid stations restored within 24 hours nationwide Alhamdulillah! pic.twitter.com/nGsAyKj7zs

— Ministry of Energy (@MoWP15) January 24, 2023

Lights went off in many cities

Due to a fault in the national grid in Pakistan, the lights had gone off in many cities of the country and people were in the dark. According to the Ministry of Energy, there was a fault in the national grid on Monday at around 7.30 am, after which people had to face the problem of blackout. However, according to media reports, residents of some areas in Karachi are complaining that power supply has not been fully restored yet.

Power service restored in Pakistan

According to the report of Geo News, after the restoration of supply from the national grid, the situation has further improved in the metros. Power has been restored in many important establishments including airports, hospitals, water pumping stations. The work of restoring power supply is still going on in many areas. A large number of people were affected by the power cut in Karachi. Due to the power cut, there were problems in water supply in many areas.

Severe power crisis last year too

It is noteworthy that in the month of October last year, there was a situation of severe power crisis in Pakistan. During this also, due to technical fault in the power distribution system, people in many cities were forced to remain in darkness for about 12 hours. Please tell that Pakistan is currently passing through a severe economic and energy crisis.

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