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Chennai power cut today: These parts of city to face electricity disruption

Chennai power disruption August 31, Tuesday: Parts of Chennai will face a power cut from 9 am to 2 pm for maintenance work today.

By: Express Web Desk | Chennai |
Updated: September 1, 2021 7:03:00 am
Chennai, electricityPower is expected to be restored before 2 pm if the work is completed.

The Tamil Nadu Generation and Distribution Corporation (Tangedco) has announced that power will be suspended in parts of Chennai today for carrying out maintenance work in the city.

Parts of Chennai will face a power shutdown from 9 am to 2 pm, with supply expected to resume before 2 pm if the work is completed.

Power cut update for August 24 – Click here

As per a press release given by the company, the following neighbourhoods in Chennai will be affected:

Tambaram:

  • Rajakilpakkam: Venkatramanan Nagar, Muthmizh Nagar, Gayathri Nagar, Jayalakshmi Nagar and Varadharajan Nagar
  • Kadapperi: Annai Indra Nagar and New Colony 1st to 14th Streets
  • Perumbakkam: Dharmalinga Nagar, Vivekananda Nagar, Pandian Nagar, Sai Ganesh Nagar, Rajalakshmi, Krishna Nagar and Gandhi Street
  • Medavakkam: Perumbakkam Main Road, VGP Prabu Nagar, Veerathamman Koil Street, Andal Nagar, Erikari Road and surrounding areas

Adyar:

  • Velachery West: Sankaran Avenue, Ganapathy Nagar, Parts of Velachery Main Road and Sangeetha Hotel
  • Enjambakkam: Kokinoor Complex, Pandian Nagar, Bismilla Nagar, Ibrahim Street, and Teachers Colony
  • Panaiyur: Rajivgandhi Nagar, NRI Layout, J Nagar, Panaiyur School Street, ECR Main Road Panaiyur and Panaiyur Kuppam

IT Corridor:

  • Rajiv Nagar: Anna Nedunsalai, MGR Salai and Dr. Ambedkar Purachi Nagar
  • Semmencherry: Jawahar Nagar and Ezhilmuga Nagar

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