Prime Minister Ashok Gehlot said on Saturday that the Rajasthan government is making every effort to provide sufficient power for agricultural activities and instructed the authorities to ensure that the power supply to farmers will not be affected under any circumstances. said.
It will need to secure power purchases from power exchanges and other sources, if needed, he said at a meeting to review the state of power supply in the state.
With some power plants in Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and Punjab closed and demand rising in other states, the state is now taking additional power supplies from the power exchange, officials said. I have notified the Prime Minister that I have not received
They also said that since Rajasthan has had no rain this winter, the demand for electricity has also increased due to an increase in agricultural areas and an increase in agricultural power connections after the last rabbi season.
According to an official statement, the meeting informed that the power supply to industry should be cut to ensure adequate power supply for households and agriculture, but as soon as the power supply is normalized, This reduction will be repealed.
The prime minister called on industry to follow the instructions of power companies and cooperate in the event of power outages.
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