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Banda News: Banda DM fears… violence should not be provoked by power cut, letter written to not cut at night


Highlights

  • Wrote a letter to the Managing Director of Dakshinanchal Vidyut Vitran Nigam Limited Agra
  • For the last several days in the district, there is increasing displeasure among the people due to cuts in rural areas.
  • Said- Programs are being organized in villages due to Navratri

Anil Singh, Banda
Due to the shortage of coal, the effect of the deepening power crisis across the country is also visible in Banda. There is increasing public anger due to night cuts in all the villages except the city headquarters. Especially due to the ongoing Navratri festival, there is resentment among the devotees of the Goddess. Anticipating a ruckus due to power cut, District Magistrate Anurag Patel has written a letter to the Managing Director of Dakshinachal Vidyut Vitran Nigam Limited, Agra, demanding not to cut the night in rural areas.

For the past several days in the district, there is increasing displeasure among the people due to cuts in rural areas. The announcement of the Chief Minister’s cut-free Bundelkhand is also proving to be a breeze. In most of the villages and towns of the district, there is power failure from 7 pm onwards.

DM had to write a letter
At the same time, since the beginning of Navratri festival, devotees are worshiping by placing goddess idols in village-village. Goddess songs are performed in the temples and goddess temples at night. As such, there is a risk of confusion due to cuts. Sensing this danger, District Magistrate Anurag Patel had to write a letter to the first Managing Director of Dakshinachal Vidyut Vitran Nigam Limited, Agra.

fear of chaos
The DM has said in a letter to the Managing Director that during Navratri in the urban and rural areas of Banda, the work of worshiping Goddess Durga by installing idols at different places starts from the evening time. Where a large number of devotees gather, but due to the undeclared power cut in the night, there is a fear of spreading chaos along with great anger among the devotees.

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‘Electricity should be given at night’
In such a situation, along with providing uninterrupted power supply in the headquarters, it is very necessary to get rid of the undeclared cuts at night in rural areas. Apart from this, if necessary, power cuts can be made in rural areas from 12 noon to 5 pm. He has demanded that electricity should be supplied round the clock in the headquarters under the district and at night in rural areas, so that no ruckus does not take place.

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