Puttur: Mescom lineman dies of electrocution in Nekkilady


 Daijiworld Media Network – Puttur (EP)

Puttur, Jun 12: In an unfortunate incident, a Mescom lineman died of electrocution at Nekkilady near Uppinangady on Wednesday, June 12.

Mitya Nayak(35) from Davanagere is the deceased person.

The incident happened when supply of electricity was switched on after repairs. He got electric shock when he was putting on power in the transformer.

 

Mitya was employed as lineman in Uppinangady Mescom branch. The line was repaired on June 12. The power was put off near police quarters and he had gone to charge the line after repairs when he was electrocuted.

  

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  • Augustine Daniel DSouza, Udupi Mumbai STATE OF KUWAIT.

    Thu, Jun 13 2019

    There is no safety in India.
    Heartfelt condolences who lost his life
    May his Soul Rest in Peace.

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  • SBM, Mangalore

    Thu, Jun 13 2019

    No Importance for Safety gear and equipment. MESCOM or let it be any other power supply board should provide.

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  • Chatty Shetty, mangalore

    Thu, Jun 13 2019

    No safety measures in our country at all. Very sad. RIP young man.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Thu, Jun 13 2019

    Mescom is the culprit once again.
    RIP Mitya Nayak ...

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  • Mangalurian, Mangaluru

    Thu, Jun 13 2019

    Very sad incident.

    Work-environment safety is a much neglected field in India. Whether getting a young son to climb own coconut tree, or getting a worker to do some work on an aircraft engine, one must be prepared to expect an accident.

    But people in India do not work that way. So various AVOIDABLE work-environment accidents happen all the time.

    But then again, our preoccupation is in making India a US$5 trillion economy. Small things escape our attention.

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  • Rational thinker, Mangaluru

    Thu, Jun 13 2019

    This is an ongoing affair and we hear about it quite frequently. Nobody cares for the poor lineman, no safety precautions and standard procedures in place. Rupees 2 lakh compensation and life is back to normal. “Chalta he” attitude and it happens only in our digital India.

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  • Rita, Germany

    Thu, Jun 13 2019

    what a sad and tragic end ,Self a electrician repaired and was electrocuted means something had gone wrong during his repair.Wrong line ?Didnt he test before got down after repairing.cant understand.heartfelt sympathy to the family,May his soul rest in peace.

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  • Roshan, Udupi

    Thu, Jun 13 2019

    Ooru dhakaleg byele korle first

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  • Vinay, Mangaluru

    Wed, Jun 12 2019

    Really sad, these public service men don't work for their betterment, but for the society. Hope the government honor our guards in a right way.

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  • Abdul, Moodabidri

    Wed, Jun 12 2019

    Transformar always must be in safe area away from busy area like homes, bus stand, shops etc. But this electricity board dont consider safety points. Put very near homes where kids play or people wait for bus. Same thing in front if my house, request not considered, God must save us.

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  • VALERIAN RODRIGUES, UJIRE

    Wed, Jun 12 2019

    WORK ON ELECTRIC LINE IS SHOULD BE CAREFUL.

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