Power crisis affects Delhi too, metro, hospitals and other institutions may get a ‘shock’

Delhi May Face Big Powe Crisis: The effect of power crisis is also visible on the capital of the country. The Delhi government has expressed its inability to provide uninterrupted (uninterrupted) power supply to the metro, hospitals and other important establishments amid deepening power crisis due to coal shortage. The government says that in the current situation, it is not possible to supply electricity without interruption for a very long time and there may be problems in it.

Delhi’s power minister called a meeting to review

Delhi Power Minister Satyendar Jain held an emergency meeting on Thursday to assess the situation and wrote to the Center requesting it to ensure availability of sufficient coal to the power plants supplying electricity to Delhi.

Satyendra Jain admits, problem can deepen anytime

An official statement said that, "Due to disruption in power supply from Dadri-2 and Unchahar power stations, there may be a problem in 24-hour power supply to many important institutions including Delhi Metro and government hospitals in Delhi." Delhi’s Power Minister Satyendar Jain said that, "At present, 25-30 percent of the electricity demand in Delhi is being met through these power stations and these stations are facing shortage of coal since last few days. In such a situation, the problem can deepen at any time." Satyendra Jain said, "The government is closely monitoring the situation and making every effort to ensure that people do not face power outages in any part of the capital."

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