The Gujarat government has long boasted having 24X7 power supply across its state model Jyotigram Yojana, the same model that the central government and other states too have implemented.
Now, however, it seems those days are gone with the state being forced to take the Center’s help to keep the tag of ‘state with uninterrupted power supply’ intact.
A severe shortage of coal has compelled this once-power surplus state to start purchasing power from other sources. Read More
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