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Tuesday, December 5, 2023

Ratan Lal Nath urges people to use electricity judiciously


BY TC News Desk

Agartala, November 14: Tripura Power Minister Ratan Lal Nath visited the corporate office of TSECL, Tripura Power Transmission Limited and Capital Complex, Banmalipur and Baradoali Division today to review the power situation in the state.

He appreciated the efforts of the power department officials, engineers and staff for providing uninterrupted power service in the state during the festive season. He also appealed to the people of the state to use electricity judiciously and avoid wastage.

Nath said that the state government is continuing its efforts to improve the electricity service in the state by installing new stations and upgrading the existing infrastructure. He said that the state has achieved 100% electrification and has ensured 24×7 power supply to all the consumers. He thanked the workers associated with the 1912 service for attending to the complaints and grievances of the people promptly.

He also said that electricity is a precious resource and there is no substitute for it. He urged the people to use electricity as per their need and not to misuse it unnecessarily. He said that by saving electricity, the people can contribute to the development and welfare of the state and the nation.

He expressed his hope that with the collective cooperation of all levels of engineers, officials and workers of the power department, the state will continue to enjoy uninterrupted and quality power service in the future.

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