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Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday had raised issues concerning a attainable energy disaster within the capital and wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to take sufficient steps to stop a attainable blackout within the capital. Several different states together with Gujarat, Punjab, Rajasthan and Tamil Nadu flagged scarcity of coal at energy vegetation.

Union Minister for Power RK Singh on Sunday mentioned that pointless panic was created about coal scarcity due to some miscommunication from GAIL and Tata. The assertion comes after his assembly with high officers of Delhi’s Power Ministry, BSES and Tata Power at his residence to debate the coal scarcity at energy vegetation.

“The panic has been unnecessarily created and the country has four days’ reserve,” he said. “Delhi will continue to get supply and there will be no load-shedding. The supply of domestic or imported coal will continue irrespective of the charges. Under no circumstances the gas supply will come down,” he added. 

He said that the panic ensued after GAIL informed Bawana gas power plant that it will stop supplying gas after 2 days because their contract was about to expire. “I’ve asked GAIL CMD, who participated in today’s meeting, to continue required supplies. He has assured me that the supplies will continue. Neither there was any shortage of gas in the past, nor will it happen in the future,” the Power Minister mentioned

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday had raised issues concerning a attainable energy disaster within the capital and wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to take sufficient steps to stop a attainable blackout within the capital. Several different states together with Gujarat, Punjab, Rajasthan and Tamil Nadu flagged scarcity of coal at energy vegetation. Punjab has already imposed rotational load shedding at a number of locations.

Tata Power – Delhi Distribution Limited which provides energy to North and North West Delhi despatched out a textual content message on Saturday to its customers to make use of energy judiciously amid coal scarcity. RK Singh warned Tata Power’s CEO to cease sending such textual content messages. “I’ve warned Tata Power CEO of action if they send baseless SMSs to customers that can create panic. Messages by GAIL & Tata Power qualify as acts of irresponsible behaviour,” he mentioned.




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