MP man gets electricity bill of Rs 3,419 crores, hospitalized
MP man gets electricity bill of Rs 3,419 crores, hospitalized

Gwalior: A person's health deteriorated due to a major mistake of the electricity department in Gwalior in Madhya Pradesh. Due to this, he also had to be admitted to the hospital for treatment. In fact, in Gwalior, a power company run by the Madhya Pradesh government misprinted the electricity bill of a family, in which the amount of Rs 3,419 crore printed was seen, and the person fell ill. The right bill has been issued to the family later.

It is being said that Priyanka Gupta, a resident of Gwalior in Madhya Pradesh, had received an electricity bill of Rs 3,419 crores. Seeing this, his father-in-law fell ill. At present, the power company run by the Madhya Pradesh government has termed it a "human error." At the same time, giving relief to the Gupta family, a resident of Shiv Vihar Colony in the city, they have been given a bill of Rs 1,300.

Priyanka Gupta's husband Sanjeev Kankane said that her father fell ill after seeing crores of rupees on electricity bills for domestic consumption for July. According to Sanjeev Kankane, the bill issued on July 20 was found to be correct on cross-checking through the website of the Madhya Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh Madhya Kshetra Vidyut Vitaran Company. The MPMKVVC later took cognizance of the matter and corrected the bill and issued the correct bill of Rs 1,300 to the family. In this case, MPMKVVC General Manager Nitin Manglik blamed human error for the huge amount of money printed in the Electricity Bill and said that action has been taken against the concerned employees.

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