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At the cabinet meeting, the prime minister expressed his anger over the power outageABBO News

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Islamabad Chief Minister (Qudrat Daily) Shehbaz Sharif reprimanded the officials of the respective division for the breakdown of power in the cabinet meeting. According to details, power sharing was discussed in the federal cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif.
The Prime Minister said that it should be said why the electricity was cut off and why it cannot be restored immediately. Shahbaz Sharif expressed disbelief at the Energy Minister Khurram Dastgir’s briefing. We recall that the Federal Minister of Energy Khurram Dastgir has warned that there will still be a shortage of electricity in the next 48 hours, due to which there will be a limited decrease in electricity in the country.
He said that by tomorrow afternoon electricity will be fully restored, because in the next forty-eight hours there will be a lack of electricity in the country due to the shutdown of nuclear and coal power plants, while coal plants need 48 hours to worked. will be restored and full power transmission will be completed by tomorrow.

The Minister of Energy said that due to the fault we faced a technical fault, we are still trying to correct the technical fault, power has been restored to the whole country, Chairman WAPDA has helped us in restoring electricity, the power plant in Varsak, we have received relief in the transmission of power from, 112 grid stations across the country have now been restored, 60 Gipgo grid stations have been restored, electricity was restored yesterday in flood-affected areas.
Khurram Dastgir added that all 71 stations of the HESCO network have been restored, some technical problems occurred between Tarbela and Mangala, all stations of the National Grid have been restored, electricity has been handed over to the transmission companies, at the Karachi power plant. it was found that old conductor breakers had been installed.

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