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May 29, 2019
8:20AM

UP govt plans to provide 24-hour power supply to rural areas for agricultural work

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In Uttar Pradesh, after successful implementation of SAUBHAGYA scheme, the government is now planning to provide 24-hour power supply to the rural areas of the state for agricultural work. 

Talking exclusively to AIR regarding the future plans of the department power minister and spokesperson of state government Shrikant Sharma said that now state government will focus on providing quality power to the people of the state so that there will be no tripping or fluctuations and voltage issues. 

He said that for this they have taken a loan of 10 thousand crores to change the loose and old wires and will improve the distribution system also. 

Power Minister told that already in Pashchimanchal and Dakshinanchal distribution sectors they have segregated the agriculture feeder and the aim is now to separate it in Poorvanchal and Madhyanchal sectors. 

 

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