Pakistan Economic Crisis: Outcry in Pakistan, first the war of poverty, now the lights go off

Publish Date: 14 Mar, 2023 |

A power crisis has now occurred in Pakistan, which is experiencing severe economic catastrophe. Several parts of Karachi city have experienced significant power outages. According to the information, nearly 40% of the city's electricity supply is completely nonexistent. The high tension (HT) transmission line reportedly tripped due to a technical issue, necessitating the power outage. According to the report, the High Tension (HT) transmission line tripped, completely blacking out roughly 40% of Karachi. Tripping was consequently noted at a number of grid sites.

January saw a countrywide grid issue

This is not the first time Pakistan's electricity supply has been seriously compromised. Supply was interrupted earlier in January in a number of Karachi neighbourhoods, including North Nazimabad, New Karachi, North Karachi, Liaquatabad, Korangi, Gulshan-e-Iqbal, Old City Area, Landhi, and numerous other colonies.

Pakistan is experiencing its worst period since independence, which is significant. The country's inflation has peaked following the loss in foreign exchange reserves. In the nation, the cost of gasoline and diesel has surpassed Rs 250.


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