Rs 1,300 crore power bills pending in Jind district

JIND: District unit of Haryana power discom Dakshin Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam (DHBVN) has the very best debt of Rs 1,300 crore in the state.
Giving these main points right here on Thursday, superintendent engineer S Okay Singh said power customers had pending electricity expenses totalling Rs 1,300 crore in the district since 1992. Agriculture sector has an impressive amount of Rs 1,200 crore and urban spaces Rs 100 crore. Industries and commercial customers have less pending expenses as in comparison to home spaces, said Singh.

He said there have been a number of reasons for these outstanding dues. People, specifically villagers, had stopped paying expenses since 1992. Different governments had introduced schemes repeatedly for giving certain relaxations in power expenses to customers, however some of these contained terms and prerequisites because of which customers failed to pay expenses steadily. People of Jind district didn't show pastime in paying expenses because of socio-political components as political events promised other people to waive their power expenses and this ended in an build up in the choice of defaulters in the district. Of these, 92% of the defaulters belong to the home category.


Singh said other people had turn into routine of now not paying electricity expenses as the facility connection weren't cut regardless of non-payment of expenses. Now, power bill arrears have larger to this kind of degree that it has long gone beyond the paying capacity of shoppers.


Congress executive underneath Bhupinder Singh Hooda executive had introduced a scheme of waive power expenses in 2005 with certain terms and prerequisites, however regardless of this offer customers of Jind, Bhiwani, Rohtak and Sonipat districts didn't show any pastime in paying expenses, said Singh.


Ramphal Kandela, vice-president of the Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) said in 1992, the government had promised to supply power for 18 hours in villages however as an alternative provided the same for handiest 3 to four hours. Later, villagers stopped paying expenses because of this. Kandela said now 40% of other people in the villages have prison connection and rest of them have illegal connections as they have got now not paid their expenses since 1992.


Rs 1,300 crore power bills pending in Jind district Rs 1,300 crore power bills pending in Jind district Reviewed by kailash soni on July 13, 2018 Rating: 5
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