Delhi power crisis: CM Arvind Kejriwal composes to PM Modi, seeks intervention

Delhi Power Crisis, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, Cm Kejriwal Writes Letter To Prime Minister Nare
Image Source: PTI/ REPRESENTATIONAL(FILE). Delhi might deal with power crisis, states Kejriwal; writes to PM Modi. On Saturday, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal composed a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi claiming that there is a coal scarcity scenario that has actually affected the power generation plants providing power to NCT and requested him to intervene in

the matter.”I draw your attention to the prevailing coal lack circumstance that is continuing given that August/September 21 for the 3rd month in a row, which has affected the power generation from the significant Central Getting prepares providing power to NCT of Delhi,” stated the letter.

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Image Source: ARVIND KEJRIWAL (TWITTER). Delhi CM Kejriwal writes to PM Modi looking for intervention in ‘coal shortage ‘issue.” Delhi might deal with a power crisis. I am personally keeping a close monitor the scenario. We are attempting our finest to prevent it. In the on the other hand, I composed a letter to Hon’ble PM seeking his personal intervention,” Kejriwal tweeted.

The letter likewise discusses that with the coal stock situation depleting in power generating stations, the reliance on Gas stations supplying the power to Delhi boosts. However, even the gas station supplying power to Delhi does not have sufficient APM gas to run at complete capability.

“If the circumstance continues, it would seriously affect the power supply scenario in Delhi,” states Delhi CM in the letter.

He requested PM Modi to direct necessary guidelines to the concerned Ministries/Offices to ensure appropriate coal and APM gas supply to power generating plants that provide power to Delhi. He likewise, asked for that the maximum rate of power sold through exchange needs to be topped.

CM Kejriwal also asked for about gas allocations to Bawana, Pragati -I and GTPS providing power to the city.

Meanwhile, while addresing a press conference in the nationwide capital today, Delhi Power Minister Satyendar Jain said, “There is a coal lack even when production plants are not running at full capability. Interest Centre look into the matter. We have a Power Purchase Arrangement where they are providing us half of the electricity. We have actually come to point of rationing.”

“There is a possibility of politics as it seems a man-made crisis comparable to the oxygen crisis. We have 3.5 times more production capability than what we need and still, we aren’t able to produce power,” Jain added.

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Published at Sat, 09 Oct 2021 06:15:17 -0500