Darkness in Karachi, Pakistan! People got upset, electricity department did not give any answer
Pakistan's Karachi Goes Dark: The system in Pakistan has been running very badly for the last several months. Pakistan's efforts to get out of the crisis are not working and the people of the country have to bear the brunt of this crisis. Recently its effect was seen in Karachi.
The situation in Pakistan is not hidden from anyone. For the last several months, Pakistan is facing a major economic crisis. Pakistan, which is drowned in debt from all sides, is not working in any way to get out of this crisis. This crisis is affecting the people of the country. Gradually the country's system is crumbling even more and an example of this was seen last night. Darkness enveloped Karachi, one of the major cities of Pakistan, on the night of Monday, March 13. People had to face a lot of trouble due to sudden power failures at night like this.
About 40% of Karachi lost power last night. According to the report, it will affect North Nazimabad, New Karachi, North Karachi, Liaquatabad, Clifton, Korangi, Orangi, Gulshan-e-Iqbal, Sadar, Old City Area, Landhi, Gulshan-e-Jauhar, Malir, Gulshan-e-Hadid, Site Areas like Industrial Area, Pak Colony, Shah Faisal Colony, Model Colony, Punjab Colony, Numaish Chowringhee, Lines Area, Defense Housing Authority (DHA) witnessed complete darkness in the night. Distressed by this, many people were seen wandering on the streets.
According to reports, the reason for the blackout in Karachi last night was due to a fault in the power grid. Due to a technical fault in this grid, the high-tension transmission cable tripped. Because of this, about 40% of Karachi's area was covered in darkness last night.
The work of power supply in Karachi is with a firm named K-Electric. In this whole matter, the K-Electric firm has not given any kind of answer till now.
In January this year, due to a fault in the power grid, there was a power crisis in Karachi. Due to this also there was darkness in Karachi. Not only this, cases of power crises are seen in Pakistan every day.