Electricity Fluctuation Problem in Sector 23 Noida

Dear All,
I reside in Sector 23, Noida and I am facing a major electricity Fluctuation problem from last 2 months. I had complained several times to 23 electricity authority but the answer is problem with Transformer. We live on top floor and becuase of sun and literally no electricity (because of heavy fluctuation AC dont run even a single minute and Coolers are ineffective on top floor with this heavy fluctuation) it's necoming difficult every day. Can anyone help me where to complain regarding this problem more  

The same problem prevails in sector 50 as well! And such a problem has cropped for the 1st time in last 4 years.. I hope this is no sign of "Achhe Din" more  
Thanks Mr. Tomar & Mr. Jairath, I will complaint the same in written to SDO & Executive Engineer. more  
Dear Sandhya

Regarding heavy Voltage fluctuation in your area-- Never deal orally for lodging any complaint. Better to give in writing to the SDO and the Executive Engineer of respective zone along with cc to RWA of your particular sector and and Dr Mahesh Sharma MP. If you may take signature from mass ) other residents too, it will be more helpful. more  
Yes I fully agree with this severe problem of electricity fluctuation and power break down as I also face similar problem in sector 22. The authorities should work out a solution and the new MP should push up the government for resolving it. This is not an individual grievance but with the sectors in totality and so the concerned authorities intervention will be more benificial. This is my view. more  
Dear Madam, will you please like to redress your grievances in the instant case personally with the concerned Electricity SDO of your area , the right person/officer who will certainly rectify/short out your problem in the matter within no time. more  
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