The RWA federation has demanded an immediate roll back of UP government’s recent hike in power tariff and abolition of fixed charges and security deposit. A delegation met the city magistrate on Wednesday and handed over a memorandum addressed to the chief minister.
The UP Electricity Regulatory Commission hiked power tariff by 12.5% with effect from September 12. In its letter to UP CM, Federation of Noida Residents Welfare Associations (FONRWA) has also opposed security deposit, which amounts to 45 days’ consumption charge.
“As per past practice, whereas purchase costs and line losses are being shown separately company-wise, tariff is being determined on uniform basis, which is totally unjustified,” said Yogendra Sharma, president of FONRWA. Read More
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