Allouk station powered up | Water station operates after four days of suspension • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Allouk station powered up | Water station operates after four days of suspension

 

Al-Hasakah province: SOHR activists have reported that Allouk water station has received the electric current that supplies al-Hasakah and its countryside, where the station remained suspended for four days.

SOHR sources monitored that Allouk station started operating hours after receiving the electric current, and started pumping water to the region, while the arrival of water to al-Hasakah took several hours.

Yesterday, SOHR activists reported violations by Turkish-backed factions in al-Hasakah countryside, where they illegally transferred electricity from Allouk station to their wells and Military checkpoints.

Few days ago, SOHR sources reported that interruption of water plagued Al-Hasakah city and its surrounding areas for two days, after a power cut in Allouk water station which is located near Ras Al-Ain city (Sere Kaniya), in areas under the control of Turkish forces and their proxy factions in Al-Hasakah countryside. According to SOHR sources, the power outage came after malfunction in the cables providing the station with electricity in Al-Darbasiyyah city which is controlled by the Autonomous Administration.

On November 25, SOHR activists reported that factions of the Turkish-backed “National Army” stole “electricity poles” in villages in the eastern countryside of Ras Al-Ain (Sere Kaniya).

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