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Jharkhand: Cricketer MS Dhoni’s wife raises voice against power crisis in state

As per reports, the coal crisis in power plants has power crisis in Jharkhand because of which load shedding is done in many parts of the state. Load shedding means power supply of one area is cut off to ensure power supply in other area.

Cricketer Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s wife Sakshi Singh Rawat on Monday took to Twitter to raise voice against the power crisis in Jharkhand.

In a tweet, she said that as a taxpayer of Jharkhand, she wanted to know the reason behind power crisis in the state since so many years. She added that they have been doing their part consciously making sure they save energy.

Many netizens pointed out how Jharkhand has been facing power crisis with power cuts lasting 12-16 hours a day in some parts of the state.

Some netizens also shared the details of the grievances they had shared with Jharkhand state officials regarding power cuts.

Similar sentiments were echoed by other netizens from Jharkhand.

Power crisis in Jharkhand

As per reports, the coal crisis in power plants has power crisis in Jharkhand because of which load shedding is done in many parts of the state. Load shedding means power supply of one area is cut off to ensure power supply in other area. Last week, except for cities like Ranchi and Jamshedpur, several areas experienced power cuts for many hours. Dhoni has a family home in Ranchi and now it seems the power crisis has reached the state capital as well.

Earlier in March as the summer set in, three power plants in the state tripped leading to power crisis in several parts of the state. Dhanbad, Jamshedpur, Lohardaga, Gumla. Even back then, load shedding of 10-12 hours was being carried out in some districts.

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