Mareb, (Saba)- Deputy Prime Minister, the Minister of Civil Service and Insurances Abdul-Aziz Jubari inspected Sunday the ongoing work of maintaining power lines of Mareb Gaz-Generated Plant carrying electricity from here to the Capital Sana'a.
Minister Jubari confirmed government's keenness on providing different forms of support and facilitations to maintenance teams to provide people in different governorates with power during the Holy month of Ramadan due on the 27th of June.
Houthi-Saleh's militias intentionally damaged the power lines to cut electricity from the its main source in Mareb and worked on banning conduction maintenance, said Jubari.
He added that military demining teams have dismantled thousands of landmines laid by the militias around power towers.
He called on rebels ( Houthi-Saleh's alliance) to neutralize public services and electricity away of clashes and enable engineering teams to perform their duties in their-held areas and to consider suffering of Yemeni patients in hospitals over power cut.
Jubari was briefed by Director of Power Transfer Plants at the General Electricity Corporation Mohammad al-Shaibani on the ongoing work in the project that include fixing the first power circle extended from Safer here to the Capital Sana'a in parallel with linking transfer lines from Safer to reduction plants in Mareb to link the governorate with power.
15 towers have been fixed yet and the work is going on to reach Nihm District of Sana'a governorate, 46 Kilo meter away of the Capital Sana'a, said al-Shaibani.
He talked about challenges facing their work like big funds of 29 million YR and security in Nihm, which is witnessing wars with rebels.