Load-shedding hours 'unofficially' reduced, says NEA
Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) has unofficially reduced the load-shedding hours.
The load-shedding hours have been reduced on a trial basis without issuing revised schedule after the supply of 25 Megawatt power from India resumed, NEA said.
According to the authority, the load-shedding timetable could be changed based on the supply of electricity by India. The NEA had increased the load-shedding hours to 14 hours a day from Saturday.
Similarly, Prime Minister Baburam Bhattarai in a Twitter post on Tuesday promised that load-shedding hours will not exceed 12 hours in this winter. Nepalnews.com