Hathras: Those who haven’t paid bills for two months have the lights on

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Newsroom, Amar Ujala, Hathras
Electricity from defaulting individuals who haven’t paid an electricity bill in the past two months will soon run out. The Executive Engineer has presented the SDO with a list of 1,200 such consumers who have not yet deposited the contributions. Now that the infection has subsided, department officials are preparing for a special action to stop the electricity theft and collect the county fees.
It is noteworthy that fees of several million rupees are being putted from the city to the country. In April, work in the energy department came to a standstill due to the second wave of corona infections. Now that the infection is waning, electricity officials are trying to increase the revenue curve. Around 1,200 defaulters in the city have not paid their electricity bills for two months.
The list of these defaulters has now been given to the SDO concerned. Electricity teams will be slamming them here soon. Consumers who do not pay the fees are disconnected. This will further add to the financial burden of severing and connecting links on consumers’ pockets. The teams will run an intensive control campaign to prevent electricity theft.

Newsroom, Amar Ujala, Hathras

Electricity from defaulting individuals who haven’t paid an electricity bill in the past two months will soon run out. The Executive Engineer has presented the SDO with a list of 1,200 such consumers who have not yet deposited the contributions. Now that the infection has subsided, department officials are preparing for a special action to stop the electricity theft and collect the county fees.

It is noteworthy that fees of several million rupees are being putted from the city to the country. In April, work in the energy department came to a standstill due to the second wave of corona infections. Now that the infection is waning, electricity officials are trying to increase the revenue curve. Around 1,200 defaulters in the city have not paid their electricity bills for two months.

The list of these defaulters has now been handed over to the SDO concerned. Electricity teams will be slamming them here soon. Consumers who do not pay the fees are disconnected. This will further add to the financial burden of severing and connecting links on consumers’ pockets. The teams will run an intensive control campaign to prevent electricity theft.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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