As per the new orders in Hyderabad city, the load-shedding is three hours. Every district headquarters has to observe five hour power cut and in the Mandal headquarters, it is seven hours. The poor fellows are villagers and they have to live without electricity for 12 hours.
Industries would have to face the worst crisis. They will have no current for five days in a week. Particularly industries like cement, steel and pharmacy will get current for only 14 days in a month.
Farmers are also among the worst sufferers as sowing season has just begun and rains are not sufficient. There is a great variation between the production and utilization. On 9th of this month the demand was recorded at 250 million units against it the supply was 215.8 million units.
As there was no sufficient supply so distribution companies are implementing the load-shedding. In Hyderabad situation is normal but in surrounding areas nobody can guess when light comes and goes.
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