Akhilesh Yadav hits out at UP Govt on power crisis, says ‘don’t tell reason, solve the problem’

Samajwadi Party President Akhilesh Yadav on Saturday condemned the state government for “telling reasons” rather than settling the power emergency.

He posted a tweet joining an extract of data given by Energy Minister A K Sharma which talked about the conclusion of a couple of force age units because of specialized reasons.

Sharing the news, Yadav said, “Government’s occupation isn’t to tell the reason for an issue however to address it”.

A day prior, Sharma had tweeted, “Some power age units in UP are shut for a very long time because of specialized reasons in which Harduaganj-660 MW, Meja-660 MW, Bara-660 MW are incorporated. Harduaganj-605 MW was additionally harmed by the occasional tempest. Endeavors are being made to fix them and begin the power supply on a conflict balance”.

On Friday, as well, Yadav had designated the decision Bharatiya Janata Party, asserting that individuals of the state are getting seared by heat and the unannounced power cuts.

Yadav said from Purvanchal to Western Uttar Pradesh, individuals were enduring and the power emergency was extending with taking off mercury.

In another tweet, Sharma had on Friday said, “The interest for power has expanded because of summer. Many power plants are shut for quite a long time because of specialized reasons, so bend over backward to save power. Our power laborers are working constantly to guarantee continuous inventory.”

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In another tweet, Sharma additionally requested faculty from the power division to stay cautious 24×7 during “these difficult times”.

Boss Minister Yogi Adityanath had on Monday held a survey meeting of the power division and guided authorities to keep up with continuous power supply in the state.

Plans ought to likewise be made for extra (units of) power to keep up with continuous power supply, Yogi had said, adding that in the event of transformer breaking down or harm of power wires, the issue ought to be promptly tended to.

As per a power division official, the power interest in Uttar Pradesh is around 22,000 MW while the accessibility is around 19,000 MW as a result of which, power is being cut in towns and towns.

As per the information made accessible by the Power Department prior, as of now, power is being provided in provincial regions on a normal of 15 hours and seven minutes against the planned 18 hours.

Likewise, power is being provided on a normal of 19 hours and three minutes against the booked 21 hours and 30 minutes in towns and 19 hours 50 minutes against 21 hours 30 minutes in tehsil central command.

Notwithstanding, 24 hours power is being given at locale central command, they said.

An aggregate of around 5820 MW power is being produced in Uttar Pradesh as of now and the rest is being bought. PTI

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