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No power supply in many parts of city tomorrow

January 17, 2022

Mysore/Mysuru: As Chamundeshwari Electricity Supply Corporation (CESC) will take up third quarterly maintenance works at 66/11 KV Bannimantap Power Distribution Centre and Doddakere Maidan Power Distribution Centre, power supply will be disrupted tomorrow (Jan. 18) from 10 am to 5 pm in the following areas:

Bannimantap Power Distribution Centre: Siddiquenagar, Sri Shivarathreeshwaranagar, Columbia Asia Hospital, Hanumanthanagar, HUDCO ‘C’ Layout, KSRTC Layout, Industrial ‘B’ Layout, Highway Circle, areas around Star of Mysore, Cauvery Nagar, Belavatha, Sadanahalli, Siddalingapura, K.R. Mill, Naganahalli, Lakshmipura, Kalasthavadi, Bengaluru-Mysuru Road, Subhashnagar, Kesare 1st and 2nd Stages and surrounding areas.

Doddakere Maidan Power Distribution Centre: Ramanuja Road, Hosabandikeri, JSS Hospital, Agrahara, Basaveshwara Road, surrounding areas of Chamundipuram, Sub-Urban Bus Stand, Nazarbad, Ittigegud, surrounding areas of Mysuru Zoo, Government Guest House and surrounding areas, Taluk Office, D. Devaraj Urs Road, Bengaluru-Nilgiri (B.N.) Road, Chamundi Hill, Siddarthanagar, areas around Alanahalli, Giridarshini Layout, surrounding areas of Mysore Palace, Sriharsha Road, Sayyaji Rao Road, Irwin Road and surroundings, Dhanvantri Road and areas around Shivarampet, according to a press release from the CESC Executive Engineer, N.R. Mohalla Division.

6 COMMENTS ON THIS POST To “No power supply in many parts of city tomorrow”

  1. A V Prasanna says:

    CESC engineers and the top management should take a lesson from BEST Mumbai, Tata Power Mumbai & Adani Power Mumbai. Residents of Mumbai have never faced frequent power cuts, forget long outages. So no residence is having a UPS, as backup power. While in Mysuru UPS is must for Residence. What is irritating is the frequent outages of 66/11KV substations during day time ( 10am to 5pm) which results in many area having no power. Why these outages cannot be planned during night time? Are CESC engineers shy night working? Why Energy minister is silent on these outages, why he cannot take CESC to task?

  2. Manjunath says:

    They can hardly work during office hours of 10-5, with 2hrs breaks. How do u expect them to wake at night and work 😂

  3. SATHYAMOORTHY UMAPATHY says:

    All residents associations in each locality must jointly sue the CESC . Industrial znd commercial units too are suffering economic losses. Unless we unite and fight, these inefficient public service providers will never ever care to improve or change their
    Anti-customer attitudes.

  4. Veejay says:

    The most corrupt and inefficient department is kptcl simply raise tariffs and earn money

  5. Captain Jack Sparrow says:

    Hey posters
    Most of the places mentioned, both industrial estates and housing colonies, were never in existence some 4 decades ago. They tell the story of how this city has expanded as the population of India doubled within those decades.
    Else were in this publication, there is a 6-part article, lamenting how this city is marching the direction which Bengaluru took, which discounted the population explosion of India, and how this affected almost every city in India.
    As the population expands massively, so too the demand for natural and man-made resources-the utilities , which come under heavy use, needing frequent maintenance.
    India is sinking by its own soaring population

  6. Captain Jack Sparrow says:

    Hey posters
    Most of the places mentioned, both industrial estates and housing colonies, were never in existence some 4 decades ago. They tell the story of how this city has expanded as the population of India doubled within those decades.
    Else were in this publication, there is a 6-part article, lamenting how this city is marching the direction which Bengaluru took, which discounted the population explosion of India, and how this affected almost every city in India.
    As the population expands massively, so too the demand for natural and man-made resources-the utilities , which come under heavy use, needing frequent maintenance.
    India is sinking by its own soaring population .

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