Power crises in Kashmir, opposition walks out

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Jammu

As the legislative assembly resumed on Saturday, opposition cornered government with prevailing power crises in Kashmir Valley.

Legislators of Congress and National Conference, terming governments failure in valley in restoring proper supply in Kashmir, this winter period.

From past five days my constituency has not seen electricity and 30 transformers lie damaged, said Banihal MLA Vikar Rasool Wani, former minister of power.

Legislators also raised the issue of prolonged time being taken in the repairs of the transformers.

In my constituency to repair a transformer it takes one month, said MLA Devsar, Mohammad Amin Bhat.

NC Mohammad Ali Sagar, lashing at government asked government to speak on the unscheduled power cuts in valley.

Later opposition held walkout after government denies that there are “power crises.”

Parliamentary affairs minister, Abdul Rahmaan Veeri , while responding said that, administration is ensuring that people don’t sufferer and I have directed officials to make sure that people don’t suffer.

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