Man crawls to avoid evidence of Power Theft

Power theft-Man Crawls on Floor to Cut Power Lines

Due to the increasing levels of mercury, both day and night at most parts of the Indian subcontinent, the demand for power supply increases sharply. And consumption of power increased. The utility officials have been conducting surprise inspections both day and night against those who used electricity illegally.

A man crawled like a serpent to reach the roof of his house in Indian city Ghaziabad to cut an illegal electricity connection to his house during the surprise raid has gone viral on social media, leaving viewers creating numerous trolls.
The Power utility team had gone to raid the house for an illegitimate power connection. When the team reached his house, the man was taken by surprise, instantly made for the roof to remove the incriminating evidence. But, to his dismay, some officials were waiting there already. The Electricity Department in Ghaziabad’s Muradnagar based on source information that some people have illegal connections and raided the area to identify the culprits. In the widespread video, a young man was struggling to cut a wire illegally joined to utility power lines on his balcony. As he crawled out to erase incriminating evidence while the department was conducting a raid an official was already there recording everything.
The team knocked on the front door of a house but there was no response. Knowing the type of power theft, an official reached the balcony next to the house and started making videos. Meanwhile, without knowing the advanced activity of the sleuths, the resident cleverly reached the rooftop to cut off the illegal connection, and as he was going to cut the wires with a tool, the waiting officials announced their presence, making clear that his attempt had failed and caught his power theft red-handed.
Due to the increasing levels of mercury, both day and night at most parts of the Indian subcontinent, the demand for power supply increases sharply. And consumption of power increased. The utility officials have been conducting surprise inspections both day and night against those who used electricity illegally.
Power theft and illegal connections are common in India, but it rarely gets caught on camera. This video capturing funny moments when officials conducting a raid in Uttar Pradesh in India recently has resulted in people laughing out loud. The official is talking to the thief “I’m already here, brother’’ has invited numerous trolls on social media. In fact, few Public Relations activities are to be done to educate people about the seriousness of Power Theft. If one power theft is published, naturally ten such incidents would disappear and would be a deterrent also.

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