Delhi to be plunged into darkness after two days! Only one day's coal remaining

New Delhi: The power crisis in the national capital Delhi is deepening. It is being reported that if coal supply is not found, there may be a blackout across Delhi after two days. Energy Minister in the Kejriwal government Satyendra Jain said that just as there was an oxygen crisis, it was also man-made, again there seems to be a similar crisis to stop supplying coal.

He said that all the power plants across the country, which are coal-powered, have been facing an acute shortage of coal for the last few days. All the power plants from which Delhi is supplied have to keep a minimum coal stock of one month, but now it is reduced to 1 day. Satyendra Jain said that we urge the Central Government to arrange railway wagons and transport coal to the plants at the earliest. All the plants are already running at only 55 per cent capacity, with only 1 lakh MW instead of 3.4 lakh MW today, yet the power plants are not able to supply.

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal has written a letter to PM Narendra Modi drawing his attention to the coal crisis in the national capital. In a letter, CM Arvind Kejriwal has said that the power supply is being affected due to the coal crisis in Delhi as the power plant is not getting enough coal and urged you to provide an adequate quantity of coal and gas to Delhi.

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