These Chennai parts will face power shutdown tomorrow, check here
- The parts of Chennai will face a power shutdown from 9 am to 2 pm
- An official said that there will be power cuts in Tambaram, Sholonganallur and Ponneri Durainallur
- In Sholinganallur there will be power cuts in Devaraj Nagar, Boopathy Nagar, Anna Street, Village high road, Part of OMR
The Tamil Nadu Generation and Distribution Corporation (Tangedco) announced it will undertake maintenance work on Wednesday, November 24 and as a result, power will be suspended in some parts of Chennai.
The parts of Chennai will face a power shutdown from 9 am to 2 pm. If the maintenance work is completed on time, then power may resume before 2 pm.
Check areas of Chennai that are likely to face power suspension on tomorrow
An official said that there will be power cuts in Tambaram, Sholonganallur and Ponneri Durainallur. In Tambaram there will be power cut in Perumal Koil street, Thiruchendur Nagar, Thiruthani Nagar, Pallava Garden, Perumal Nagar Part, 200 ft Thoraipakkam road, Azhagappa nagar, ARG Nagar, Military Quarters, Taj Flight Kitchen, BPCL, L&T and surrounding areas.
In Sholinganallur there will be power cuts in Devaraj Nagar, Boopathy Nagar, Anna Street, Village high road, Part of OMR.
In Ponneri Durainallur there will be power cuts in Kavarapettai, Panpakkam, Arani, Durainallur, Medur, Pulicat, Thirupalivanam, Avoor, Mangalam and surrounding areas.
Two central teams, comprising a total of seven officials, on Monday, November 22 inspected several districts in Tamil Nadu to assess the damage caused by the recent heavy rains and floods in the province.
A four-member team led by the Joint Secretary, Ministry of Home Affairs, Rajiv Sharma, has assessed the damage to public infrastructure in many areas here following Sunday's discussions with senior officials of the Greater Chennai Corporation.
The team also visited Mamallapuram and villages in the nearby Chengelpet district to see damage to standing vegetation. The Central Team was also informed of plans that have been made, which include relocating people living in low-lying areas to shelters. Damage was also shown in the exhibition, PTI reported.
A second team of three officials, led by the consultant, Ministry of Finance, R.B. Kaul, visited the southern districts of Kanyakumari District in Tamil Nadu.
The Central Teams arrived here on November 21 and are scheduled to complete regional inspections, including Vellore and Ranipet and head to Delhi on Wednesday.
The Chief Minister MK Stalin has monitored rain-related damage across the country and following his request, the Centre has appointed a seven-member team of officials to inspect the damage.
(With inputs from PTI)