Good news: Modi Government can give you a new gift in the new year
new Delhi. With the ambitious target of the Central Government to provide electricity to every village, every household and to provide electricity to all 24-days every day from 2019, the next year can be busy in fulfilling the government's promises for power ministry this year. is
With the passage of the Electricity Bill in Parliament before the Ministry in the new year, there will be a big challenge to implement large scale reforms in the area. It is a matter of passing the electricity amendment bill in the upcoming budget session of the Parliament. Various important provisions are proposed to be implemented in this regard, strictly implementing the Power Purchase Agreement (PPA), making the renewable energy purchase obligation statutory and Smart Meter: Prepaid Meter compulsory.
The Ministry is also planning to separate electricity distribution and supply (content and carriage) business so that customers get the option of electing between more than one power distribution companies in their area. It is believed that in order to implement all these reforms, the consent between all the states and Union Territories will be a challenge.
Power Amendment Bill passed
About this, Power Minister R. K. In a recent conversation with '
Linga ', Singh had said, "We are working on the Bill of Electricity Bill and will try to pass it in the budget session of Parliament." In the
passing year of 15,183 villages , Under the Dindayal Upadhyay Gram Jyoti Yojna, electricity could be transmitted to 3,652 villages deprived of power till November this year. In all, 15,183 out of the 18,452 villages deprived of electricity have been provided electricity.
There are 1,052 villages in the total remaining 3,269 villages where no one lives. The remaining 2217 are villages where electricity is to be transported. This work is expected to be completed by one May 2018.
Good luck with the cost of millions
To provide electricity to all the houses along with the Ministry villages, it was also discussed in the year to start a good fortune of Rs 16,320 crore (prime minister's Sarva electricity every household scheme) in September this year. Under this scheme, by March 31, 2019, the goal of providing electricity to nearly four crore families deprived of electricity
Under the scheme, the central government will provide budgetary support of 12,320 crore rupees. At the same time, in the rural areas, free electricity connections will be provided to poor families based on the data of the SEC (Social Economic Census Census 2011).
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