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    In Hyderabad, a sudden downpour and strong winds caused public inconvenience on Saturday. Power supply was interrupted in many areas due to damaged electric poles and tree branches falling on power lines.

    Officials from the Energy department reported that heavy winds and rain uprooted several trees and damaged 22 electric poles in the city. This led to power disruptions in Kondapur, Rajendranagar, Kandukur, Saroornagar, Saifabad, Azamabad, and Charminar areas. Some 11 KV feeders also experienced disruptions. However, power officials quickly restored electricity in most affected areas within an hour. They also conducted preventive shutdowns in waterlogged localities.

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    Throughout the city, uprooted trees and hoardings littered the roads due to the strong winds. Energy Minister Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka shared on social media that the disruptions were quickly addressed by electricity officials and staff who repaired damaged lines, poles, and banners to restore power supply.

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