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TSECL ready to meet Durga Puja demand with 385 MWs

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BY TC News Desk

Agartala, 19th October 2023: The Tripura State Electricity Corporation Limited (TSECL) has assured that it will provide uninterrupted power supply during the Durga Puja festival, which is the biggest celebration in the state. The TSECL has estimated that the power demand during the four-day festival will be around 385 megawatts (MWs), which is higher than the previous year’s demand of 350 MWs.

The Power minister Ratan Lal Nath and Managing Director (MD) Debasish Sarkar held a virtual meeting with DGMs and AGMs of all districts across the state to review the preparedness of the power corporation. They also held a meeting at Pragna Bhavan with all the senior and junior level officials of the TSECL, where they were informed that all the necessary arrangements have been made to ensure smooth and seamless power supply during the festival.

The Power minister Nath also coordinated with the DMs and SPs of all the eight districts to monitor the electricity related issues during the puja days. He instructed them to take prompt action in case of any power failure or disruption. He also appealed to all the officials and employees engaged in electricity supplying section to avoid taking leave unless there is a medical emergency. He promised to reward them for their dedication and service after the festival.

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