Uddhav government following Kejriwal's footsteps, thoughts on giving free electricity
Uddhav government following Kejriwal's footsteps, thoughts on giving free electricity
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Mumbai: The Shiv Sena-led Uddhav Thackeray government of Maharashtra is also considering implementing a plan to provide 100 units of electricity free per month on the lines of Delhi's Arvind Kejriwal government. According to the information, the government will take a decision in this regard in the next 3 months. State Energy Minister Dr. Nitin Raut has sought a report from the officials of the Department of Energy in this regard.

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Regarding the scheme to provide electricity-free, Nitin Raut has said, "Work is going on to provide 100 units of free electricity to all the electricity consumers of the state. Therefore, I have asked the officials of the Energy Department to submit the report within 3 months." However, there is some doubt in the minds of analysts regarding this decision of Raut. He says that giving free electricity will increase the burden on the state exchequer and this will hurt the economic condition.

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Giving information in this regard, a high official of the Energy Department has told that work is being done on the possibilities of giving cheap electricity to the people of the state. Subsidized electricity is already being provided to farmers and industries.

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