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Advisor Sharma reviews power scenario, implementation of schemes
9/7/2019 11:30:20 PM
Early Times Report

Srinagar, Sept 7: Advisor to Governor, KK Sharma today directed speedy implementation of various schemes meant for augmentation of the power infra including increasing the transmission capacities so that uninterrupted supply can be provided to the people.
The Advisor was speaking at a review meeting convened to discuss the power scenario and implementation of various schemes in Jammu and Kashmir.
Development Commissioner Power, Chief Engineers from EMRE Wing, S&O Wing, Project Wing, and other senior officers were present in the meeting.
The Advisor had a detailed review of all flagship schemes being executed by the Power Development Department. The Advisor while reviewing the progress and the targets directed speeding up the execution of the various centrally sponsored schemes maintaining that the officers should hold regular meetings to remove the bottlenecks, if any, so that these are completed within the stipulated timeframe without incurring any cost escalation. He asked the officers to constitute technical committees at District level to address minor issues concerning the projects.
While, discussing the augmentation works, creation of new sub-stations, laying of new HT/ LT lines, installation of new Distribution Transformers etc under these centrally sponsored schemes, he asked the officers to work hard towards improving power distribution system in the region and engineers to identify and take up the heavily loaded areas first so as to remove the major bottlenecks.
The Advisor while discussing the dilapidated condition of distribution infrastructure asked the Engineers to identify all worn-out poles and conductor in the region so that sufficient funds are made available to replace the same on a mission mode for creating robust distribution infra.
The Advisor also reviewed the status of completion of R-APDRP (Part A and B) and called for early closure of the scheme meant for augmentation of the electric infra in major cities and towns of the State.
The meeting also reviewed the implementation of Deendayal Upadhyaya Gram Jyoti Yojana (DDUJGY), Saubhagya, Integrated Power Development scheme (IPDS), and Prime Minister's Development Package (PMDP).
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