Power cuts in parts of Bengaluru on November 13: Full list of affected areas

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According to a statement from Bangalore Power Supply Company Limited (BASCOM) on Friday in several parts of Bengaluru, power supply is hampering on November 13

The following areas will face disruption of power supply for seven hours from 10 am to 5 pm: Sarjapur, S Madehalli, Handenahalli, Billapura, Sompura, Madappanahally, Burugunte, Attibele, Mayasandra, Dommasandra, Kommasandra, Kuthaganahalli, Chikkanahalli, Thippasandra, Ramanayakanahally, and other neighboring areas.

The complete shutdown of power will affect several parts of southern and south-eastern Bengaluru. In addition, and will also face disruption in power supply between 9 am to 4 pm on Tuesday since BESCOM will be carrying out maintenance work. The affected areas in include

The complete shutdown of electricity will affect many parts of southern and southeastern Bengaluru. In addition, Somanahalli and Nelamangala will have to face disruption in the supply of power between 9 am to 4 pm on Tuesday as BESCOM will maintain maintenance work. Affected areas of Nelamangala include TG Halli, Magadi. Hebbur, Solur, Yediyur among others

Other than 1912 helpline, customers can call these helpline numbers based on their zones.

East – 9480816108, 9480816109, 9480816110

West- 9480816111, 9480816112, 9480816113

North-9480816114, 9480816115, 9480816116

South-9480816117, 9480816118, 9480816119

In October, Karnataka Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy confirmed that electricity demand in the state was 8600 MW from 6 am to 9 am in the morning and between 8100 to 10200 MW between 9 am and 5 pm. The demand dropped to 7600 MW from 10 pm to 6 am. He also stressed that the state had enough electricity supply to cope with the demand in these hours.

However, he had highlighted 5 pm to 10 pm in the evening as problematic hours for the state government to ensure uninterrupted supply since solar power cannot be generated in these hours.

Kumaraswamy stated that there will be no load-shedding in spite of the shortage of coal in the state’s thermal power plants and reiterated that the government will avoid load shedding and look for increasing power generation through hydroelectric power plants.

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