Kashmir Indepth

Protest against power cuts in Bandipora village


Sajid Raina

Bandipora, Jan 15 : Residents of Kenusa village of Bandipora in North Kashmir on Tuesday hit roads and staged massive protest against Power Development Department for failed to provide electricity as per the announced schedule in the village.

Reports reaching Kashmir Indepth News said Scores of inhabitants including women blocked Sopore-Bandipora road at Kensua to register their protest against unscheduled power cuts in the area.

The protesting residents said that due to unscheduled power cuts they are facing immense hardships in this chilling winter.

PDD has failed to provide the electricity as per the announced schedule in Kehnussa area of Bandipora alleged protestors.

The protest in the area was on when last reports came in.

Meanwhile despite repeated attempts officials at PDD were not available for commits.

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