Delhi Power Crisis News: Union Energy Minister RK Singh has given a big statement on the ruckus in the country regarding the shortage of coal and power crisis. Know what he said…
Delhi Power Crisis News: Union Energy Minister RK Singh has given a big statement amid reports of power crisis deepening coal shortage in many states of the country. In the meeting held today with the officials, the Energy Minister discussed the arrangements to deal with the shortage of coal and after the meeting, RK Singh made a big statement that such reports are ‘baseless’. There was never a crisis, and there will be no future. He said that today we have an average stock of coal for more than four days, we have stock every day. The stock of coal came as much as was consumed yesterday.Also Read – Coal Shortage-Power Crisis: Union Coal Minister Prahlad Joshi said – do not panic, there is no shortage of coal
There will be no electricity crisis in Delhi, people are getting upset unnecessarily
Union Energy Minister R. K Singh said that as much electricity as is required in Delhi is being supplied and will continue to happen. This panic without Aadhaar happened because GAIL sent a message to the discoms of Delhi that they want to supply gas to the gas station of Bawana. The giving process will stop after a day or two. Sent that message because his contract is expiring. Also Read – Coal Shortage Issue: CM Kejriwal wrote a letter to PM Modi – just look, there should be no problem in Delhi
Singh said, the CMD of GAIL also came in the meeting, we have told him whether the contract is closed or not, you will give as much gas as the gas station needs. Also Read – After China, there may be a power crisis in India too, the light of your house may be turned off, know the big reason
attack on opposition
On the remarks of Congress leaders on the shortage of coal in power plants, Union Energy Minister RK Singh said that unfortunately the Congress party has run out of ideas. They are running out of votes and hence they are running out of ideas.
Many Chief Ministers wrote letters to the Central Government
In view of the possibility of power crisis, many Chief Ministers have written letters to the Central Government. Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal has written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi seeking his intervention. At the same time, the Chief Ministers of Andhra Pradesh and Punjab have also sent letters to the Center in this regard.