The high voltage power supply cable of Kabul was cut by Taliban in Baghlan
Reporter: Emran Khorasani
Brishna company has written in a newsletter that a double line of 220 kilowatts importing electricity from Bishkek, which transfers 300 megawatts of electricity to Kabul, had been cut off in wartime at the area of Zaman Khail in Pul-e-Khumri district of Baghlan. According to the newsletter, this Line was first cut off at 9 pm last night and the second Line was shut off at 3:30 am on Thursday, so most of the cable lines were deprived of electricity.
Brishna has added that the technical teams of this company have arrived with the help of security forces in the area and the work on re-linking has begun. In addition, it is said that the technical teams, are trying to reconnect 220-kilowatt double line crossroads from Bishkek to the end of the day and the citizens of Kabul once again have Power today.