In the US, a top official of President Joe Biden’s administration said that his country is ready to help end Pakistan’s power crisis.
Power crisis has arisen in front of Pakistan which is facing economic crisis. Islamism, 90% of Pakistan including Lahore and Karachi plunged into darkness since early morning. This created a water crisis. People’s mobile phones went off due to non-charging. Power restoration work was going on till Monday night. Hours after the South Asian country faced a nationwide power cut due to a grid fault, the US is set to assist Pakistan in solving its power crisis. In the US, a top official of President Joe Biden’s administration said that his country is ready to help end Pakistan’s power crisis.
Significantly, Pakistan suffered a massive power failure on Monday due to a fault in the national grid, leaving millions of people in darkness in large parts of the country, including capital Islamabad and financial hub Karachi. The national grid’s frequency system went down at 7:34 a.m. local time on Monday, resulting in a breakdown that left millions without power, the second such outage in nearly four months, according to the energy ministry. .
US State Department spokesman Ned Price said at his regular press conference on Monday, “Of course, we have seen what happened in Pakistan. Our thoughts are with all those affected by the power outage. Obviously the US has helped our Pakistani partners in many challenges. “He said,” We are ready to cooperate in this matter as well, but I am not yet aware of any specific request.