Mumbai : Mumbai, which did not stop no matter what the crisis was, was cut off for two and a half hours on Monday morning, October 12, due to a sudden power outage. When the lights went out, everyone pointed to the power supply. However, very few people will know how hard the employees work to provide uninterrupted power supply to Mumbai. Power board employees often have to work at the risk of their lives. The best example of this is a video tweeted by Energy Minister Nitin Raut himself.
One of the uninterrupted power lines to Mumbai was disrupted. To overcome this obstacle, the employees of Mahatrans have risked their lives to restore the power supply. In this video you can see how dangerous and risky this work is. This video is by Energy Minister Dr. Nitin Raut tweeted a salute to the employee in the caption. This video of the energy minister has been shared by many on social media.
What is a tweet?
To repair the broken conductor of Kalwa-Talegaon, one of the four main power lines supplying uninterrupted power to Mumbai, the staff of Mahatrans completed the work generously in the remote and very deep areas of Lonavla. Greetings for that !!
To repair the broken conductor of Kalwa-Talegaon, one of the four main power lines to Mumbai, Mahapareshan’s staff completed the work generously in the stormy and windy areas of Lonavla. Greetings for that !! pic.twitter.com/LqUhhAhBf3
— Dr. Nitin Raut (@NitinRaut_INC) October 17, 2020
Mumbai in darkness for two and a half hours
The biggest blow to power outages in Mumbai and the MMR region was to local services and hospitals. Many passengers got stuck in the train. The hospital had a cowardly patient and it was a challenge to restore the power supply as soon as possible. But this technical glitch was so big that it took about two hours to fix it.
What exactly caused the technical glitch?
Mahapareshan’s report: Sudden technical failure at Padgha GIS center caused power outages in Thane, Kalyan, Palghar and Navi Mumbai. Due to this cascade effect, power in Mumbai and Mumbai suburbs was also cut off, informed MSEDCL.
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