During the ongoing disconnection drive, the Pashchimanchal Vidyut Vitran Nigam Limited (PVVNL) has disconnected supply to 1,526 defaulters in November 2019 so far. These defaulters were either having a power load of over 4 kilowatt to their households or had refused to get registered under PVVNL’s recent easy instalment scheme, launched on November 11.
PVVNL chief engineer, Gautam Budh Nagar, Virendra Nath Singh said these 1,526 defaulters had not cleared their dues, which is cumulatively amounts to ₹3.20 crore. “Fearing permanent disconnection, nearly 700 other defaulters have deposited around ₹1.75 crore towards their outstanding dues,” he said. Read More
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