Kerala electricity board staff assaulted, cuts power supply

However, the minister assured that the connection would be restored if the board got the assurance that its employees would not be attacked.

BySouth First Desk

Published Jul 08, 2024 | 12:00 PMUpdatedJul 08, 2024 | 12:00 PM

The damages in the KSEB office following the alleged vandalism. (Facebook)

The Kerala Human Rights Commission has registered a suo motu case against the state Electricity Board for snapping power supply to a Kozhikode home over allegedly manhandling its employees. Justifying, Power Minister K Krishnankutty said it was taken to safeguard the security of the employees. “KSEB has the right to cut off supply if someone defaults on payments,” he said.

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