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Ulhasnagar. MSEDCL’s welfare board has arrears of Rs 391 crore on 8 lakh 79 low stress customers (excluding agriculture). As a result, the department is facing a difficult financial situation. Newly appointed Chief Engineer of Kalyan Circle Dhananjay Aundhekar has appealed to the customers of the circle to cooperate by paying current and outstanding bills and take advantage of uninterrupted power supply.
Dhananjay Aundhekar has recently joined as the Chief Engineer of Kalyan Circle. Previously it was the head office of the Chief Engineer, Payments and Recovery Department. He has promised to increase revenue by reducing power losses in the welfare sector. To this end, he interacted with officials, employees, union representatives, meter readings, electricity bill distribution and infrastructure construction agencies and outlined his role in the upcoming work.
Excellent in these areas
1 lakh 67 thousand 323 customers of Kalyan, Dombivali and Kalyan Mandal offices are facing electricity bill of Rs. 38 crore 82 lakh. Electricity bills of 2 lakh 47 thousand 99 consumers in Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Badlapur, Titwala, Shahpur, Murbad and Thane districts are in arrears of Rs 183 crore. Vasai, Virar, Wada, Nalasopara, Achole areas have 3 lakh 26 thousand 132 customers in Vasai division with a balance of Rs 103 crore 82 lakh. 65 lakh 33 lakh is to be recovered from 1 lakh 38 thousand 695 customers in Palghar, Dahanu, Boisar, Jawahar, Mokhada, Talasari, Vikramgad, Safale i.e. Palghar division. Similarly, it includes Rs 127.07 crore for 1,713 street lights connections of Gram Panchayats and Rs 2 crore 86 lakh for 990 connections of water supply schemes. The government has issued a circular stating that the payment of electricity bills for street lights and water supply schemes should be done with priority from the funds of the 15th Finance Commission and it is the responsibility of the concerned Sarpanch and Gram Sevaks. Accordingly, if the electricity bill is not paid, the power supply of street lights and water supply schemes will be cut off and the Gram Panchayat administration will be responsible for the inconvenience.
Take action otherwise
In view of the current difficult financial situation of MSEDCL, Chief Engineer Aundhekar has directed the officers and employees of the Electricity Act 2003 to check the arrears of power supply, temporarily or permanently disconnected customers as per the provisions of the Electricity Act 2003. To check the power supply due to arrears and such places. Instructions are given to take action in case of unauthorized use. He appealed to the consumers to use their electricity regularly and avoid any action by paying arrears and reconnection charges.
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