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    Parliamentary complaint about “damage”: The Iranian line caused disasters in the second largest city

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    Post by Rocky Thu 13 Jun 2024, 4:32 am

    Parliamentary complaint about “damage”: The Iranian line caused disasters in the second largest city of Diyala
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    Baghdad today - Diyala 
    Member of the House of Representatives for Diyala Governorate, Salah Zaini, said today, Thursday (June 13, 2024), that the Iranian electricity line caused disasters in the second largest city in the governorate, while indicating the refusal to supply energy from this line.
    Zaini explained in an interview with “Baghdad Today” that “Al-Muqdadiya is the second largest city in Diyala Governorate and is fed by the Iranian line despite the presence of the Mansouriya gas station,” pointing out that the line caused disasters by burning transformers and damaging the appliances of hundreds of homes, and even caused fires in some of them. Due to weak voltage and current fluctuation.
    He added, "In the name of the people of Muqdadiya, we reject supply from the Iranian line and demand that the city be connected to the nearby Mansouriya station, in the presence of sufficient feeders and stations for supply and with stable electrical current that does not lead to damage to electrical appliances, stressing that supplying the areas with stable energy is what we seek."
    Zaini pointed out that "there is duplication in the outage file through the presence of more than one source of outages, which affects the continuity of energy, calling for the adoption of specific schedules in preparing the areas."
    It is noteworthy that large areas of Diyala depend on equipment from two electricity lines imported from Iran, the most prominent of which is Mirsad, which are characterized by weak voltages most of the time.
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