The protests against the Power Development Department (PDD) seem to have no end in the Valley as most of the areas continued to take to streets claiming that their respective areas reel under darkness from past few days.
People across the Valley are facing acute shortage of electricity while mercury continues to remain below the freezing point.Wherein Srinagar city is facing power cuts every now and then, the situation in rural areas
The protests against the Power Development Department (PDD) continued in the Valley on Thursday as the most of the villagers in North Kashmir claim that they are reeling under darkness from past one week.
This winter after a long time, Kashmir has experienced successive heavy snowfall which has thrown life out of gear: electricity has been erratic, traffic movement has been affected, more so along Jammu-Srinagar highway.
Entire opposition on Monday walked out in protest against the continuing power crisis, water shortage and road blockades in Valley as soon as assembly started its proceedings the opposition members raised anti-government slogans and went into the wel
Uproarious scenes against the shortage of power and road connectivity were witnessed in J&K Legislative Assembly during winter session as opposition lawmakers accused the PDP-BJP government of failing to restore power and road connectivity
he locals of Lal Bazar Srinagar are up in arms against the PDD for making the area to reel under darkness amid bone chilling cold with government paying no heed to their requests of ensuring better power supplies.
National conference on Wednesday lashed at the PDP led coalition government over the unprecedented power and ration crisis in Kashmir and said that a “few inches of snow has buried the whole government”.
Srinagar: Entire opposition staged a walkout after government assurances on power supply restoration failed to appease the opposition members in the ongoing winter session of J&K Legislature in Jammu on Saturday.
Legislators from both the opposition and as well as treasury benches in the State Assembly here on Wednesday called upon the government to throw open Chennani-Nashri Tunnel for diversion of traffic on Srinagar Jammu National Highway
A rampant and long-term shortage of electricity has crippled the business at Sadar Treasury here in capital city Srinagar.Those who visit the Sadar Treasury leave back without getting their work done as the Treasury faces acute power shortage.
Amid power crisis in Kashmir Valley, Government Tuesday said that with the onset of winters in Kashmir Valley, usage of heating gadgets by the consumers increase manifolds. The Government said that the rampant use of these heating gadgets
Mocking at government concern towards Kashmir, the Kashmir Economic Alliance Chairman Muhammad Yasin Khan has said that life in the Valley has been further deteriorated trough “poorest every power supply” while the power tariff has been hiked by ar