Hamirpur News – Due To Short Circuit of All The Shopkeepers, Electrical Equipment Got Burnt In Maihar Bazaar, There Was Complete Darkness.

Hamirpur News - Due To Short Circuit of All The Shopkeepers, Electrical Equipment Got Burnt In Maihar Bazaar, There Was Complete Darkness.

Diarytimes Media Network, Shimla Published by : Kumud Sharma, Updated October 17, 2023 by Diary Times

Diary Times Media Network, Badsar(Hamirpur)

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Bilaspur – In Hamirpur district of Himachal Pradesh, due to continuous short circuit in the transformer even during the day on Monday, the mobile chargers of all the shopkeepers in Maihar market and all other electrical appliances have also been damaged.

Electrical equipment of a dozen shopkeepers burnt in Maihar Bazaar –

Due to short circuit in the transformer in Barsar sub-division of Hamirpur district of Himachal Pradesh, all the consumers of Maihar Bazaar have suffered continuous losses.

Electricity supply has been continuously disrupted in Hamirpur district since a short circuit occurred on Monday night.

In Hamirpur district, due to short circuit in the transformer even during the day on Monday, mobile chargers and all other electrical appliances have been continuously damaged.

On the other hand, in the Gramin Bank located at Maihar in Hamirpur district, all the other equipments running in the Gramin Bank were also damaged due to short circuit yesterday.

On the other hand, UPS of Maire Gramin Bank has also suffered huge losses.

All the employees of Maihar Gramin Bank told Diary Times correspondent Kumud Sharma that there is no other backup of electricity available with Maihar Gramin Bank.

Also, despite continuous efforts, power supply to a big jewelery showroom in Maihar Bazaar has not been restored yet since yesterday.

In Maihre Bazaar of Hamirpur district, there has been a lot of damage to expensive lights and electrical wiring.

Electricity supply has not been restored yet in many shops in Maihar Bazaar.

All the Himachal Pradesh Electricity Board management is busy in restoring power and assessing the damage.

Himachal Pradesh Electricity Board’s XEN Sunil Bhatia told Diary Times correspondent Kumud Sharma that the matter is being continuously investigated.

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