Mlas told Md The Need of Electricity

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To tie. Dakshinachal Vidyut Vitran Nigam Managing Director (MD) Amit Kishor faced complaints and displeasure from public officials about the poor power system. On Sunday morning, the MLAs expressed their displeasure with the ailing supply system in the Circuit House.
MLA Prakash Dwivedi bluntly said the situation was disturbed due to the negligence of engineers in the electricity department. The government’s image is tarnished by public anger. Said there are a lot of mistakes. Above all, the feeders connected to the drinking water supply are in poor condition. The junior engineer and other officers do not pick up the phone at night. The money is deposited in the farmers’ private tubular wells.
Material is not given to them. MLA Chandrapal Kushwaha also complained to the managing director and expressed his dissatisfaction with the ailing power supply in his area. All senior engineers, including MLA representative Rajat Seth, former BDC Sudhir Kushwaha, the company’s senior engineer VK Jha, and senior engineer Ashok Cam attended the meeting.
MLA Brijesh Prajapati (Tindwari) met the manager and informed him about the electricity problems in his area. Earlier on Saturday late at night, the manager inspected all the stations in the city such as Peeli Kothi, Tulsi Nagar, Bhuragarh, etc. See logbook, etc.

To tie. Dakshinachal Vidyut Vitran Nigam Managing Director (MD) Amit Kishor faced complaints and displeasure from public officials about the poor power system. On Sunday morning, the MLAs expressed their displeasure with the ailing supply system in the Circuit House.

MLA Prakash Dwivedi bluntly said the situation was disturbed due to the negligence of engineers in the electricity department. The government’s image is tarnished by public anger. Said there are a lot of mistakes. Above all, the feeders connected to the drinking water supply are in poor condition. The junior engineer and other officers do not pick up the phone at night. The money is deposited in the farmers’ private tubular wells.

Material is not given to them. MLA Chandrapal Kushwaha also complained to the managing director and expressed his dissatisfaction with the ailing power supply in his area. All senior engineers, including MLA representative Rajat Seth, former BDC Sudhir Kushwaha, the company’s senior engineer VK Jha, and senior engineer Ashok Cam attended the meeting.

MLA Brijesh Prajapati (Tindwari) met the manager and informed him about the electricity problems in his area. Earlier on Saturday late at night, the manager inspected all the stations in the city such as Peeli Kothi, Tulsi Nagar, Bhuragarh, etc. See logbook, etc.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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