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Delhi needs to ensure 100% metering to cut losses due to leakages in distribution

The Delhi government’s decision to slash electricity user charges could impact its financial position unless Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal undertakes a drive to ensure 100 per cent metering simultaneously to cut the losses due to leakages in distribution.

CM Defends Decision, Plans To Rope In IIT-D To Meter City

New Delhi: Chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday defended his decision of providing up to 20kl of free water each month to some families by saying it was the government’s duty to ensure water supply to each resident of Delhi.

Fulfilling yet another election promise, the Aam Aadmi Party government on Wednesday ordered a CAG audit into the finances of all the power companies operating in the National Capital Territory of

Move To Benefit Those Using Up To 400 Units/Mth

New Delhi: Moving at a feverish pace to fulfill the second most important of his poll promises, chief minister Arvind Kejriwal gave 80% of the capital’s electricity consumers cause to ring in the new year with much cheer. They will be paying half of what they had to pay so far, with the tariff for consumption up to 400 units a month slashed by 50%, thanks to a revision in subsidy.