7 thousand people owe 25 crores electricity bill, connection of more than 10 thousand defaulters started getting cut

A separate team has been formed to recover the electricity bill from the consumers. Along with this, the cooperation of the Revenue Department is also being taken. So that the bill can be recovered as soon as possible. Recovery is to be made from 7 thousand consumers of Dadri Electricity Sub Station.

NEW DELHI: In Noida, Uttar Pradesh, the electricity department has started taking action against those who do not pay the bills. Only 7 thousand consumers of Dadri Electricity Sub Station have outstanding dues of 25 crores, for the recovery of which, by issuing RC on behalf of the Electricity Department, they have started disconnecting the connections. Officials say that action is being taken against the defaulters on whom bills of more than 10 thousand are pending.

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A separate team has been formed to recover the electricity bill from the consumers. Along with this, the cooperation of the Revenue Department is also being taken. So that the bill can be recovered as soon as possible. Recovery is to be made from 7 thousand consumers of Dadri Electricity Sub Station. These defaulters have outstanding bills of more than 10 thousand each. There are many people who have not paid their bills for a long time. On the instructions of the departmental officers, the employees have started cutting the connections of the defaulters. If someone reconnects the disconnected connection, then a case is being filed against them.

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The Executive Engineer of Dadri Electricity Sub Station said that about 7 thousand people in urban and rural areas have an outstanding of Rs 25 crore. He said that there is an outstanding bill of more than 50 thousand. RC is being sent to those consumers. Along with this, action is being taken to cut the electricity connection. This campaign for recovery from the defaulters will continue even further.

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