MP Sushil Gupta attacks BJP minister over power cut
Haryana AAP’s in-charge MP Sushil Gupta has gheraoed Power Minister Ranjit Singh regarding the problem of electricity. He said that instead of giving assurances, the minister came down on telling plain lies.
Haryana including many states of the country (Haryana) people are facing power shortage. Meanwhile, the government has also cut power in the agriculture sector (Power Cut) has announced. On this, Aam Aadmi Party leader and MP Sushil Gupta (MP Sushil Gupta) has taken a jibe at Power Minister Ranjit Singh. Sushil Gupta is also the Haryana in-charge of AAP. He has said by tweeting that whoever gets down, what will anyone do with him. The MP further said that instead of giving assurances, Minister Ranjit Singh has now come down to tell lies. There is no electricity for industries, houses are getting cut for 12-12 hours and ministers are saying that there is no shortage of electricity.
The state government has cut power for agricultural feeders due to scorching heat. Now instead of 8 hours electricity will be given in the fields for 5 hours. Electricity will be available in three different shifts from 4 am to 9 am, 9 am to 2 pm, 2 pm to 7 pm. 18.10 crore units of electricity are being consumed in the state. 4.68 lakh units are being cut.
plan for power purchase
The maximum demand for electricity was 8620 and the minimum demand was 6215 MW. The state government is making arrangements to purchase 1850 MW power from three places. Work is being done on the power purchase plan from Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Adani. Officials of Haryana Power Corporation Limited had recently told that the maximum demand of power in Haryana has reached 9 thousand MW. While the supply has come down by about 1,500 MW.
Gurugram worst affected
According to officials, the average demand of Haryana at this time of the year is around 7 thousand MW. Officials of Dakshin Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam said that there was power cut for four to six hours in the entire Gurugram. However, none of the electricity officials was ready to speak openly. According to Power Corporation officials, this year, since the power crisis broke out, Gurugram has witnessed the maximum number of hours of supply shutdown. The urban areas of Gurugram suffered a power outage on Thursday due to inadequate power supply, officials said. Because all the six 66 KVA substations in the city had to be shut down as a precaution to meet the power demand.
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