South Kashmir Village Gets Electricity After 75 Years

South Kashmir Village Gets Electricity After 75 Years


Anantnag's Tethan village gets electricity after 75 years

A 63 KV transformer was installed for 60 houses using 95 poles for high tension and low tension lines


Anantnag, Jan 09: Villagers of tribal area of Tethan in Dooru, Anantnag got electricity after 75 years, locals and officials said. 

They said that the village, some 45 km from Anantnag town and with a population of around 200 people, were provided power under the centrally sponsored PM Development Package scheme.

After using traditional methods for heating and lighting for the past 75 years, the locals said they have now experienced electricity for the first time especially a bulb.

"This appears a dream. A bulb which helps us to see things during dark, " a resident said as others tapped their feet and waved their limbs to express their happiness.


Power development department officials said that the village was provided electricity after solving the issue of high tension network. They said they had to lay 95 poles for high tension and low tension lines to deliver electricity for the village. "A 63 KV transformer was installed for 60 houses, " an official said. (GK) reports
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