Lahore (Daily Pakistan Online) Fires broke out in major cities of the country, including Lahore, due to the suspension of electricity supply. Many areas. Sources said that electricity supply across the country has been affected due to power outages. in the Multan region.
According to the news from the private television Dunya News, the electricity supply was stopped in various parts of Lahore around 7:30 am, sources from Lahore Electricity Supply Company (LESCO) informed that all big and small cities including Lahore lost electricity. Information, there are simultaneous faults in the south and north of the main line.
On the other hand, with reference to Karachi, the head of Kesco said that the supply line from Guddu and DG Khan is down because the entire Balochistan is without electricity, information is being taken on technical fault.
The areas where electricity supply has been suspended include Gulistan Johar, Gulshan Jamal, Rashid Minhas Road, Rongi, Malir, Qayyumabad, Old City and other areas.
Electricity supply has stopped in all the districts of Balochistan and in this matter, the official of Quetta Electricity Supply Company (Cesco) said: 2 transmission lines from Guddu to Quetta have stopped due to large parts of the province. As a result, the electricity supply was suspended.
Electricity supply was also suspended in Faisalabad, Toba Tek Singh, Gojra, Sargodha, Shorkot, Pir Mahal and many other districts.
According to the sources, the power plant of Gaddu, Jamshoro, Muzaffargarh has been shut down, while the 500 megawatt power generation at Haveli Shah Bahadur Dam has been shut down. , Baloki, Tarbela and Mangla, electricity was also shut down in various parts of southern Punjab. Sindh, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
Sources further said that power supply has been suspended in LESCO, GAPCO, ISCO regions while NTDC and electricity distribution companies have started restoration work.
The spokesperson of ISCO said that power supply to 117 grid stations of Islamabad is suspended, there is no clear reason by the regional control center yet, they are in constant communication with the relevant authorities.
A news source from the National Electricity Control Department said that the system is now completely shut down. Due to the malfunction of the main line, the entire electrical system is out of order. It may take several hours to be restored.