Load-shedding in Farwest will end shortly: NEA’s GhisingNepal Electricity Authority (NEA) Managing Director Kulman Ghising has assured that ongoing load-shedding in the Farwest would end within a few days.
Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) Managing Director Kulman Ghising has assured that ongoing load-shedding in the Farwest would end within a few days.
Ghising told former prime minister and CPN (Maoist Centre) Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal that the load-shedding in the region would end in a couple of days once the maintenance of transmitters and transformers are completed, according to Dahal’s secretariat.
The former PM had invited Ghising at his residence in Lazimpat on Saturday to discuss about the problem after he received dozens of complaints about load-shedding during his recent trip to Kanchanpur on election campaign.
He urged the NEA chief to do the needful to rid the far-western region of load-shedding, saying that the people have been suffering because of the frequent power cuts.
During an address, Dahal had committed to the people in the Farwest that he would take initiatives to end the power cuts as soon as he reaches Kathmandu.