Wednesday, 28 October 2020 08:49 AM
October 22, 2016 09:48 AM NPT
TAMGHAS (Gulmi), Oct 22: A dry landslide at Okhareni area of Tamghas on Friday buried a power transformer sending the Udindhunga Bazaar into a blackout.
The landslide came crashing down on the 1oo KV transmitter and obstructed the power supply and a roadway leading to Bhuwanpani, Balkate and Naya Gaun from Tamghas, the Gulmi downtown.
The landslide has also posed a risk to the entire village in Bedkharka of Resunga Municipality – 8 and Tamghas Extensive Drinking Water Project.
It will take a few days to resume the power supply due to lack of space to relocate the transformer, Nepal Electricity Authority – Gulmi Distribution Centre Chief, Deepak Sapkota said.
He added that the landslide inflicted damages worth more than Rs 1 million after it buried the transformer. RSS
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