Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar Sunday inaugurated a 132/33 KV Grid sub-station at Warsaliganj and a transmission line in Nawada district, an official release said.
The 132/33 KV grid at Warsaliganj, which has been built by Bihar State Power Transmission Company at a cost of Rs 54.19 crore, and related transmission line would ensure better and quality power supply in the district, it said.
Kumar also inspected switch gear room and control and relay room after inaugurating the grid.
Energy department principal secretary Pratyaya Amrit informed the CM about the benefits of the grid sub-station and also the status of other Grids especially which are under construction in the state. Read More
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