Blackout In Mumbai Again, Residents Claim No Help Overnight -By ASC

Power outages were reported from the upscale Khar area of ​​Mumbai. (Representative)


Parts of Mumbai saw power outages again today after the suburbs and surrounding areas experienced blackouts for more than an hour on Monday.

The city with rising temperatures saw angry residents flooding Twitter with their complaints, some even claiming no electricity supply all night.

Disruption was reported from the upscale Khar area of ​​Mumbai with one consumer questioning the quality of service despite what he claimed was high electricity charges.

Adani Electricity, which is among the firms supplying power in the financial capital, said in a reply to Twitter users that their team was trying to restore electricity supply within four hours. It said that the disruption was “the result of damage”.

Tata Power, another distributor in Mumbai, had said yesterday that load shedding may be initiated to maintain grid balance. It said power would be restored as soon as the Maharashtra State Electricity Transmission Co. line. Ltd. (MSETCL) gets energy.

“As per the initial assessment, Tata Power would like to inform you that some parts of Mumbai are experiencing electricity supply failures due to MSETCL line tripping as part of the 400KV Kalwa Grid which supplies power to Mumbai and suburban areas,” the company said.

Previously, Mumbai had witnessed an 18 -hour power outage in 2020.


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