Domestic electricity rates may increase, distribution companies incurring continuous losses
Domestic electricity rates may increase, distribution companies incurring continuous losses

Bhopal: Central, East, and West region power distribution companies of Madhya Pradesh have proposed to increase the domestic electricity rates to 5.28% for the financial year. The Commission has released this proposal on the official website. Companies say that they are suffering Rs 2,000 crore loss. Due to this, our compulsion should be understood and rates should be increased in all categories.

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If the Commission accepts the proposal of the companies, then most consumers of expensive electricity may be hit by domestic consumers and farmers. While companies have stated in the proposal that if the rates increase according to them, then will get the revenue of Rs 41,332 crore. Which is currently a revenue of 39,332 crores.

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Talking about the current rates, under the Indira Griha Jyoti Yojana, at present the bill upto 100 units is 100 rupees. On the consumption of 150 units, the remaining 50 units will get about 350 rupees from the normal rate. Which will now increase this amount to more than 600 rupees. The bill of consumers up to 300 units will come to about 2000 rupees. The fix charge will also be included in this.

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Advocate Rajendra Aggarwal said that the burden will also increase on the consumers of Indira Gandhi Griha Jyoti Yojana. Consumers whose consumption is between 100 and 150 units, they have to pay about one hundred and fifty rupees every month. In this regard, he has also written a letter of complaint to the Energy Minister. In which he has presented the details of this entire case. This increased rate can cause problems in the everyday life of common people.

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