A Major Power Failure No Electricity across Pakistan – UPDATED

Karachi –  Finally the elctricity has been restored after 10 hours of the most weirest breakdown in the history of Pakistan,Yet no confirmation from other Parts of the country, complete detailed post will be on INCPak by evenin with the views of the people.

till there’s no sign of electricity in any single place in Pakistan, I am talking about for common ordinary Pakistanis, I was reading the news on The News first they mentioned Dozens of Cities, than Districts than Provinces, well overall WAPDA says they SAVED the outrage of electric breakdown from W I D E  SPREAD !! can you believe this sh*t !

What could be the more Wider than entire pakistan anyways? do they mean effecting China and India ? does anyone has any idea what the hell is going on in Pakistan !

A major power failure occurred in cities across Pakistan late Sunday night.

Urban centres including Karachi, Lahore, Rawalpindi, Islamabad, Gujranwala, Multan, Quetta and Peshawar were affected after a fault developed in the National Power Control Centre (NPCC).

A 1200-megawatt Hubco power plant tripped which lead to a system failure across Pakistan, according to the Water and Power Development Authority (Wapda).

In Karachi 36 grid stations have tripped. At least 70 per cent of the city has plunged into darkness, reports suggest. In the rest of Sindh there are reports of power failures.

In Quetta and surrounding areas of the provincial capital, power supply was suspended too following the fault at NPCC. Apart from Quetta, power supply has gone in northern and central districts of Balochistan.

Cities in Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa are also facing the same difficulty, with reports suggesting several cities experiencing power outages.

People are facing great difficulties after the abrupt power breakdown.

Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf has taken notice of the power breakdown. PM House has issued a statement saying that the prime minister is monitoring the situation.

Officials from the Ministry of Water and Power have said that officers are working on the technical problems.

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