Jharkhand CM directs officials to ensure uninterrupted power supply

The chief minister said work relating to electricity production, transmission line and sub-station is in progress so that the people of the state could get uninterrupted electricity in the coming days, an official release said Friday.

Anab Mehdi
Published on: 6 July 2019 5:01 AM GMT
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Ranchi: Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das has told Energy department officers to ensure uninterrupted power supply in the state.

The chief minister said work relating to electricity production, transmission line and sub-station is in progress so that the people of the state could get uninterrupted electricity in the coming days, an official release said Friday.

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Reviewing the work of the Energy department, Das on Friday said transmission or any other problem should be solved within the next three months and electricity should reach all the households of the state by September, it said.

The chief minister told the officials to provide results in a time bound manner.

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He ordered the suspension of the Superintendent Engineer of Dhanbad for remaining absent for three weeks without any prior intimation.

Chief Secretary D K Tiwari, Development Commissioner Sukhdev Singh and Energy department Secretary Vandana Dadel were present in the review meeting.

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