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Power tariff to be untouched in the next five years

Chief Minister directed the officials to ensure to this effect

Hyderabad, October 7, 2007

The Chief Minister, Dr. YS Rajasekhara Reddy who reviewed the functioning of the power utilities with senior officials on Sunday expressed his happiness over the performance of power utilities avoided hike in power tariff for the past three years and that the Government wants them to continued the same trend in the coming years.

Dr. Reddy directed the officials of the Energy Department to explore ways and means to see that there will not be any power hike in the next five years to come. He also asked them to ensure quality power supply to farm sector and other sections.

According to an official press release, AP Genco Director (Finance) D Prabhakara Rao told the Chief Minister about the measures taken in checking the transmission and distribution losses as well as the enhanced recovery and efficient grid maintenance that ensured that power was made available at cheaper rates.

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Power tariff to be untouched in the next five years
Chief Minister directed the officials to ensure to this effect

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