On Monday, several parts of Delhi reported power cut, when the demand peaked and temperature went up to 45 degrees. Chief minister Arwind kejriwal, promised to take action.

As power request of the national Capital soar to a record-breaking high of 6361MW on Monday, Delhiites needed to sweat it out because of sporadic power cuts.

Huge parts of the city confronted control blackouts going from one to six hours stretching out into the interceding night.

Sweating it out in the warmth with no power to chill them off, scores of occupants took to online networking to vent their outrage. Reacting to one such tweet, boss clergyman Arvind Kejriwal recognized the issue and tweeted saying he will examine the matter on Tuesday.

Territories that endured power outages incorporate Patparganj, Chhatarpur, Uttam Nagar, Krishna Nagar, Laxmi Nagar, New Ashok Nagar, Pachim Vihar, Karol Bagh, Tagore Garden, Sangam Vihar, Seelampur, Chandni Chowk, Anand Parbat, Jahangirpuri, Majnu Ka Tila, Burari, Azadpur and Karkardooma. Some of these zones confronted blackouts of up to six hours or more.

Altogether, there were no less than 200 zones that confronted control cuts on Monday and the mediating night amongst Monday and Tuesday, sources in the power office said.

“Control went off around midnight and it didn’t want the following four hours. I don’t know how Delhi will be a world class city if fundamental administrations like power is so poor,” said Rajni Saxena, an occupant of Patparganj.

Some luxurious south Delhi provinces like South Extension, Defense Colony, Nizamuddin, Vasant Vihar, East of Kailash and Jungpura too were influenced.

With the warmth wave proceeding in the city, Delhi’s energy request kept on shooting up with utilization being more than 6000MW even at midnight on Tuesday. Be that as it may, the city is required to get some help from the warmth as the climate division has anticipated thunder showers by the night.