That’s what happens when…..

Lets face it as a modern citizen we are paralyzed without electricity. Our homes needs electricity to power almost all products ranging from Television to night lamps and Water pump to rice cookers. What if there is power cut for almost 12 hour a day? As a stunning news-maker the electricity board of Andra Pradesh is doing the same. All villages in AP will have 12 hours of daily power-cut and all mandal headquarters will have 6 hours of power cut everyday starting today. Even the city of Hyderabad faces 2 hours of daily power cut. As the mercury rises things are expected to even get worse.

Hyderabad is a hub of major IT companies, power supplied to them is almost free and comes under their package of setting-up facilities in the state. As a result they consume a major portion of electricity. Keep the Air-conditions running and lights on even when it is not needed. Even the street lights are kept on through the day and we waste ample amount of electricity when we keep the switches on even when we are not using a product like TV, microwave, Laptops and Personal computers, etc. As a result there is shortage of electricity in the state. And we blame it on the rains and monsoons for not running the hydel and thermal plants.

Lets save electricity and give a chance to the rural people to have a normal life. Even if you are selfish, think about your own future. How would you survive without electricity?

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Rohit Dassani

Rohit Dassani is one of the top culinary reviewer on Zomato/TripAdvisor for the last 5years. By profession he is a IT Professional who escapes to world of food whenever he gets a chance. You can reach him via contact page or email!

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  2. am from AP and its tough to believe this…oh GOD!

  3. @Hari: yes it is pretty tough to survive when the temperatures are arounf 45 degrees celsius!

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