Frequent Power Outages in Delhi Indicate Horrible Picture during Peak Summers

April 16 15:53 2015

power cutNew Delhi, Thursday, April 16 – Power cut is one of the common problems in India. Most of the Indian cities face this issue, especially during summer season. The frequency of power outages is growing with each passing day in the national capital despite the fact that summers haven’t yet knock the door properly.

Several sectors of Delhi and NCR are witnessing interrupted power supply, lasting for an hour or two. Fluctuation in voltage has also been reported by some Delhiites who run business on busy streets of the city. Mosquito menace is also increasing and all set to make situations worse for the populace.

The only point that offers relief is no disruption in electricity at night. In contrast, the mob in a state  of worry taking into consideration power cut of the present time. “Delhi hasn’t started to reel under sever hot conditions but seeing the supply of power in various regions as of now, we are certain situations to be horrifying during early May and throughout June”, said a few elderly populace residing in New Delhi’s posh colony.

“We voted for Aam Aadmi Party, keeping in mind the promises Arvind Kejriwal and his team made before Delhi polls. Hopes of the masses are certainly up with the party and we anticipate everything goes smoothly in peak summer, which is just here. Several political parties may intensify the blame game but that is not an apt solution for the problem. A few things are needed to be fixed if the ruling party wants its people to live comfortably”, they added further.

Residents are arranging all sources to pass hot months without any trouble. However, in lack of electricity, expecting air conditioners, fans, fridge and coolers to properly work isn’t possible at all. Thanks to pleasant weather, inhabitants are not giving much weightage to power cuts. The moment mercury rises next week, this is surely going to be noticed. If current climate details are to be kept in mind then maximum temperature in the upcoming seven days will vary in the range of 40 and 41 degree Celsius. Some dampness and wind might take it a bit down but that is not going to stay in the long run.

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