ISLAMABAD: By destinations of Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, administration running on fighting to restore power supply in flood-hit districts throughout the country.
Prime Minister Shehbaz himself monitors work of power recovery in areas hit large-scale floods and the authorities will inform him about progress on work on daily. All dignitaries in power division aimed at accelerating efforts in in this respect.
Distribution companies so far restored power powered by 46 network stations out of 81 network stations.
Massive national Efforts are underway to restore basic services in in flood-hit areas. The NHA, DISCO, PTA, and other federal agencies have done amazing things. work against heaviest of chances and largely restored the damaged infrastructure. My gratitude for all public servants.
— Shehbaz Sharif (@CMShehbaz) September 3, 2022
By directions of Premier Shehbaz, contact numbers of disco leaders and information about power division website Has been given in newspapers.
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— Marriyum Aurangzeb (@Marriyum_A) September 3, 2022
In a tweet today, Prime Minister Shehbaz wrote: “Massive national Efforts are underway to restore basic services in in flood-hit areas. The NHA, DISCO, PTA, and other federal agencies have done amazing things. work against heaviest of chances and largely restored the damaged infrastructure. My gratitude for all public servants”.
According to the details, initially total of 881 feeders of 11 kV power suffered during the monsoon rains and floods, disrupting the supply of approximately 975,000 consumers, but 475 feeders were closed. restored, with power supplied to 70600 consumers.
To avoid power electric shock incidents, work on 35 network stations in in flood- affected areas have not started yet. These include; 25 network stations in Balochistan, 5 in Sindh, 5 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
Two transmission lines of 220 kV of The National Transportation Dispatch Company from Sibi to Quetta and from Dadu to Khuzdar were affected. work on The Dadu-Khuzdar transmission lines will be completed, allowing 300 MW to be restored. power supply in affected areas, while work on From Dadu to Khuzdar will be completed by 10 September. Flood water damaged 10 towers. in these areas.
Restoration work was also in progress from Seabee to power line Mach.
Two supply lines of The Peshawar Electricity Company from Chakdarra to Barikot and from Swat to Matta will restored until September 10, while Madyan power network station will restored with power delivery from Daral Hvar power generation plant.
There are 5 network stations and 2 network stations in Sindh province. in Balochistan was still submerged at a depth of 3-4 feet. of flood water and power in these stations will restored with recession of flood water.
The prime minister praised the government for restoration of services in flood-hit areas
Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif on On Saturday evaluated all the relevant authorities for making efforts to restore basic services in in flood- affected areas throughout the country. In a tweet, the Prime Minister said that despite of the hardest odds, all concerned departments including the National Highway Administration (NHA), power distribution and supply companies, the Pakistan Telecommunications Authority (PTA) and other federal agencies have achieved “amazing results”. work’ by largely rehabilitated the damaged infrastructure.
“Massive national Efforts are underway to restore basic services in in flood-hit areas. The NHA, DISCO, PTA, and other federal agencies have done amazing things. work against heaviest of chances and largely restored the damaged infrastructure. My gratitude for all public servants, he posted tweet.
prime minister in related tweet also appreciated the efforts of NHA Chairman Khurram Agha and DG Frontier Works Organization (FWO) Major General Kamal Azfar and his teams for opening of all major highways, including the Karakoram Highway in the shortest period of time.