Unscheduled’ power cuts in Palpora Koshipora And its Adjoing Villages, Students Suffer

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Unscheduled’ power cuts in Palpora Koshipora And its Adjoing Villages, Students Suffer

Sheikh Nadeem/PTK

Anantnag 19-NOV(PTK):-unscheduled power cuts have made the lives of the people miserable in Hakura,
Koshipora and its adjoining village of District Anantnag.

“There is no schedule for power cuts.The residents said that Power Development Department (PDD) has failed to supply uninterrupted power supply to the inhabitants.

“We do not receive proper power supply as per schedule and frequent power cuts have become a daily affair now,” the villagers told PTK.

The residents of these areas said their children, appearing in the Board / University examinations, were the worst sufferers.

“Our children are unable to study properly in absence of electricity,” They Appealed Higher Officials Look into the matter and Provide electricity as per Schedule(PTK).

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