When the power was cut, Dhoni's wife got angry on the CM, said- 'The most useless Hemant Sarkar...'"

Ranchi: Sakshi Dhoni, wife of famous cricketer captain Mahendra Singh, has once again raised the issue of power shortage in Jharkhand on social media. He had told on his social media how his area is facing the problem of power cuts and those people are not getting electricity. Now, being a taxpayer, he has sought an answer on this problem.

She wrote on her Twitter, “As a taxpayer of Jharkhand, I just want to know why Jharkhand is facing power crisis for so many years? We are doing our part in saving energy!” After this tweet of Sakshi, all the people struggling with this problem started telling them about the situations by answering them. Alok Prasun, who had said in 2021 that there is no electricity in Hazaribagh for 15-16 hours, the same Alok said, "Sakshi ma'am, this is the condition when you live in Ranchi, the capital of the state, think what is the condition of other cities. The fate of Jharkhandi has been made. Hemant Soren government is worse than all the earlier governments that even electricity cannot provide.

Let us tell you that this is not the first time that Sakshi has raised the issue of power cut in the state on social media. He had made a similar post in the year 2019 and raised the voice of the people of Ranchi and said, “The people of Ranchi have 4-7 hours of electricity every day at their homes.” He wrote on 19 September 2019 that there is no electricity in his house for 5 hours even though the weather is fine and there is no festival. In his post, he had expressed the hope that his grievance would be heard by the concerned officers. However, even after 3 years of that post, it seems that the situation in Jharkhand has not improved and the family of Mahendra Singh Dhoni, one of the biggest taxpayers of Jharkhand, is also complaining about it.

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