K Electric claims areas with ‘power theft’ suffered electricity outages
The areas in Karachi that suffered power outages on Friday, said the city’s sole power distributor K Electric in reply to frequent complaints from numerous areas over power cut as soon as rain decanted.
According to the K Electric statement only some areas, where power theft is extensive, suffered the losses۔
Whereas, some areas experienced momentary power outages due to rain but mostly electricity was available. All our installations are safe, claimed the statement by K Electric.
On the contrary to KE statement it has now become monotonous, most parts of Karachi faced power outages as soon as the rain poured in different parts of the city on Friday,
Whereas, K-Electric has stated that areas having kundas (hooks) may suffer from load shedding in order to elude any harm to human lives.
According to details emerging from different areas of Karachi, as many as 500 feeders of the K-Electric have stumbled, disturbing electric supply to most parts of the city.
Furthermore, the areas that faced power outage after the rainfall included Orangi, Baldia Town, North Karachi, North Nazimabad, Landhi, Korangi, Manghopir, Surjani, Gulshan-e-Iqbal, Gulshan-e-Maymar, Malir, Saddar, Defence Housing Authority, Akhtar Colony, Shadman, Sir Syed Town, FB Area and Korangi areas.
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