Will the power crisis continue in Delhi? Coal Minister responded

Delhi: There have been constant statements about the ongoing power crisis in the national capital, Delhi, and now there is a heat in the country's politics. Last Saturday, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal had written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the matter. Now, Union Coal Minister Prahlad Joshi has clarified the shortage of coal. Recently, he said, "The sharp rise in the price of imported coal has had a major impact. Heavy rains have created problems due to pressure on domestic coal production. Despite this, the highest production of coal has been in the month of October alone. Things will return to normal in the next 3-4 days. I have come to know that the Chief Minister of Delhi has also written a letter. NTPC handle it. I will make a statement after the information is distributed.''

Let you all know that Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi last Saturday informing him about the current coal shortage situation. "The problem since August has affected power generation from major central generating plants supplying power to NCTs in Delhi."

At the same time, the letter further reads, "CERC Tariff Regulation (Regulation 34) mandates the production station to maintain coal stock of 10 days 20 days for pit had non-pithed stations.'' Kejriwal further wrote, "In this situation, dependence on gas stations supplying power to Delhi increases. However, gas plants supplying power to Delhi do not have enough APM gas to run at full capacity. This will seriously affect the power supply situation in Delhi."

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