SYLHET: Sales and Distribution Division of Sylhet Power Development Board (PDB) on Sunday published a new schedule of load shedding which shows some areas in Sylhet city won’t have electricity for 13 hours a day, reports UNB.
Electricity generation falls in the country due to soaring prices of fuel in the world market. To save electricity, the government enforced area-wise load shedding for one to two hours all over the country from July 19.
But, PDB’s schedule failed as Sylhet city residents experienced load shedding for seven to eight hours per day.
The authorities said the schedule could not be maintained as supply of electricity less than half compared to the demand.
The rural areas of Sylhet are also facing a disastrous situation as electricity remains for only four to five hours a day there, said locals.