A total of 8.12 lakh Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Limited (MSEDCL) customers across the district owe as much as Rs 111.62 crore to the state power utility.
“The duration of default ranges from one to multiple months and it also includes power consumers whose connections have been temporarily or permanently disconnected,” an MSEDCL official said.
The MSEDCL has now decided to launch a special drive for recovery of dues and is going to use the threat of immediate disconnection of power supply to force people to make the payments.
“There are 8.12 lakh consumers across the district who owe Rs 111.62 crore collectively. Read More
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