KE Ensured Sustained Power Supply During First Spell of Winter Rain

Karachi: As Karachi continued to receive light to moderate rain with different intervals throughout the day on Monday, K-Electric ensured sustained power supply to the city.

The utility’s team continued to remain vigilant and active throughout sporadic weather conditions and ensured the stability of its power supply network.

Areas with high incidence of theft and kunda usage were preemptively shut down temporarily in the interest of safety of the residents and the power was swiftly restored after receiving clearance from the ground team.

Consumers were also kept informed about the power situation via K-Electrics broadcast of live updates via its social media platforms. During the on-going spell the maximum number of feeders switched off for safety reasons was 380 out of KE’s network of more than 1900 feeders.

KE teams also proactively investigated reports of an unfortunate death incident which was reported from Frere Market Area of Saddar. Findings suggested that the death occurred because of the natural causes and was not the result of electrocution.

K-Electric’s spokesperson commented, “Our systems remained predominantly intact during the rain spell and our teams ensured that the city is provided with safe and reliable power supply.

In areas where theft and kundas are prevalent, a few feeders were temporarily powered off out of caution owing to safety hazards in these areas. However, they were restored soon after clearance was received from the concerned area teams.”

With more rain predicted by the Pak Meteorological Department, the Spokesperson further added, “Citizens are advised to continue observing precautionary measures and maintain a safe distance from electricity infrastructure in case of a downpour to avoid any untoward incident.”

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