Indore (Madhya Pradesh): People eligible for the electricity resolution plan, which aims to relieve people in default of payment on their electricity bills during the first wave of Covid-19, are showing up in large numbers in the camps set up by Madhya Pradesh Western Region Power Distribution Company.
The government has implemented the resolution plan to waive last year’s electricity bills for the period of the first wave of Covid-19. Camps are being held at 1,600 locations in the Malwa-Nimar region to provide an exemption for domestic consumers with a connection up to one kilowatt. The camps will continue until December 15.
West Discom chief executive Amit Tomar said domestic consumer contributions of up to 1 kilowatt during the corona outbreak (until August 31, 2020) have been postponed by the government. “Orders have been received for a 100% discount on the surcharge of the unpaid amount, 40% on the deposit of the remaining invoice amount in a lump sum and 25% on the possibility of depositing it in 6 equal installments” , did he declare.
Tomar said that on average, four camps were organized in each zone distribution center. A detailed program has been prepared for the organization of 1600 camps in the region of Malwa-Nimar.
Camps have also been opened in the city of Indore and in other divisions. No less than 400 camps are organized in the district of Indore under Samadhan Yojana. This streak will continue until December 15. The camps have started in the city, while in rural Indore, the camps will be held from December 1st.
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Posted on: Friday November 26, 2021, 11:02 am IST