electricity | Do countrymen have to celebrate Diwali in the dark? Will the lack of coal affect the joy of festivals? , Do the countrymen have to celebrate Diwali in the dark, the lack of coal will affect the happiness of festivals, but the government’s plan is different.

electricity | The next two months are festive in the country. The biggest festival that comes after Dussehra is Diwali. Thus there is a shortage of coal in the country. Let us see what measures the government has planned to ensure smooth power supply during festivals.

electricity |  Do countrymen have to celebrate Diwali in the dark?  Will the lack of coal affect the joy of festivals?

There is no shortage of electricity during festivals

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New Delhi , Next two months are festive in the country (festival season) Is it Diwali after Dussehra? (Diwali) This big festival is coming. coal in this country (coal crisis) is lacking. Let us see what measures the government has planned to ensure smooth power supply during festivals.

There is a shortage of coal at power generation stations in the country. Three months ago the power supply was stalled due to shortage of coal. The power generation station was closed due to non-time delivery of coal.

This increased the tension between the central and state governments. Due to non-supply of coal on time, power supply was disrupted for several hours in Rajasthan, Delhi including Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand.

Taking a lesson from this situation, the central government came up with a tremendous plan to overcome the coal crisis. The Center had already tightened its waist so that there is no shortage of coal again in the festive season.

Now the possibility of its breakdown in the festive season is over. The central government has so far imported 20 million tonnes of coal. This coal has been brought from outside the country.

Electricity and Energy Secretary Alok Kumar gave this information. In view of the shortage of coal, the government had already decided to import coal.

He told in the program ‘Insight 2022’ that there will be no power crisis due to shortage of coal. Timely decision to import coal proved profitable

At present, 20 million tonnes of coal has been imported into the country. 15 million tonnes of coal has been used. The remaining stock will be used to meet the increased power demand during the festive season.

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Secretary Alok Kumar said that the government will import more coal if needed. He said that the number of electric vehicles is increasing in the country and the government is trying to give them enough power.

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