"The Congress has been agitating against the erratic power and water supply in different parts of the capital for the last few days. On Wednesday, Congress legislator Jai Kishan along with some residents held a protest in north Delhi's Sultanpuri area."
New Delhi, June 12 - The Congress Thursday continued its protests over power outages in Delhi, demanding immediate relief for the residents of the city.

Lead by Delhi unit chief Arvinder Singh Lovely, Congress workers and residents of Khanpur in south Delhi held a protest and raised slogans against power distribution companies.

Under our rule of 15 years, Delhi never saw a power crisis. This is unacceptable and we demand immediate relief for the people, Lovely said.

The Congress has been agitating against the erratic power and water supply in different parts of the capital for the last few days. On Wednesday, Congress legislator Jai Kishan along with some residents held a protest in north Delhi's Sultanpuri area.

Following a storm May 30, which damaged transmission lines in Delhi, the city has seen erratic and long power cuts in sweltering heat.


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