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Power Crisis: CM Kejriwal writes to PM Modi regarding shortage of coal, seeking intervention in Delhi

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi regarding the shortage of coal in the power plants of the national capital. Arvind Kejriwal has appealed to Prime Minister Modi to personally intervene in this matter to find a solution to the problem of power crisis in the capital.

The Chief Minister tweeted that Delhi may face power crisis. I am personally keeping a close watch on the situation. We are trying our best to avoid it. Meanwhile, I have written a letter to the Hon’ble Prime Minister seeking his personal intervention.

Coal crisis: Tata Power appeals to the people of Delhi to use electricity economically

The Chief Minister of Delhi has written to Prime Minister Modi seeking his intervention for adequate coal and gas supply to the power plants supplying the city. He said that due to the coal crisis in the capital, power supply is getting affected as the power plants are not getting enough coal.

He said that in such a situation you are requested to provide coal and gas in sufficient quantity to Delhi. Kejriwal said that coal from other power plants should be sent to Dadri and Jhajjar power plants and adequate gas should be given to the gas based power plants of Delhi.

Power Crisis: Due to lack of coal, the shadow darkened due to power cuts in these states including Rajasthan

In fact, coal-fired power plants across the country are currently facing a shortage of coal. Power generation in Rajasthan was hit on Thursday due to shortage of coal in power plants, creating a power crisis in the state.

Some of the sacred plants are closed due to shortage of coal while in the remaining plants the coal reserves are left for a day or two due to lack of supply due to rain water in the coal mines.

According to the news agency Reuters, due to the shortage of coal, the north Indian states of the country have also faced power cuts. However, the Ministry of Power of India has refused to comment on this matter.

Meanwhile, as the coal shortage crisis deepens, the Delhi-based Tata Power unit has informed its customers by sending a message over the phone, urging them to use power judiciously from Saturday afternoon onwards.

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