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“Will Think Before Complaining About Electricity”: Anand Mahindra Shares Video

Anand Mahindra was responding to a video shared by Maharashtra Information Center (File)


A video of state-run MSETCL’s employee clinging on wires at nice heights to resolve a line fault close to Khandala led industrialist Anand Mahindra promise to be extra circumspect whereas complaining about electrical energy providers sooner or later.

He was responding to a video shared by Maharashtra Information Center, New Delhi’s deputy director Dayanand Kamble which confirmed a employee resolving a fault within the high-tension transmission line which will get energy to the monetary capital.

“I will think about and pray for the safety of these high-wire daredevils before complaining again,” Mr Mahindra wrote whereas retweeting the video on Saturday.

Shot on a transparent day within the ghat part which separates the Western Ghats from the coastal Konkan within the Khandala area, the 55-second video exhibits a employee slithering down a wire, presumably to achieve the precise spot of a fault.

Mr Kamble stated that is the fourth day of drawback decision operation undertaken by the state-run MSETCL’s workers and had added that fault on this line was a significant cause for the ability outage confronted by the monetary capital on Monday.

Maharashtra State Electricity Transmission Company’s (MSETCL) chairman and managing director Dinesh Waghmare had earlier this week stated {that a} wire cable carrying energy from Talegaon close to Pune on the Deccan Plateau to the Kalwa sub-station on the outskirts of Mumbai had “physically snapped” within the days resulting in the outage.

Mr Waghmare had termed the area by which the fault has occurred as mountainous and hostile from an strategy perspective, as a consequence of which the issue couldn’t be resolved instantly and the road was shut. Simultaneously three different traces getting energy to Kalwa have been both shut or tripped, which led to the grid collapse.

At current, the state-run MSETCL and personal sector Tata Power are in a blame sport over what led to the main energy outage which took over 14 hours to resolve. MSETCL says the islanding system couldn’t be triggered as a result of Tata’s technology began very late, whereas Tata blames a cascading tripping of circuits for the fault.

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