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    The Kejriwal administration in Delhi has made it a priority to ensure uninterrupted electricity delivery to residents. On Saturday, the Power Minister Atishi visited the BSES control center at Balaji Enclave and evaluated the DISCOM’s electricity distribution monitoring system. The purpose of the visit was to ensure that there are no power outages during peak power demand days in the summer.

    During the inspection, Power Minister Atishi emphasized that power supply to Delhi residents is guaranteed 24 hours a day. The government will take steps to ensure that there are no power outages this summer and is prepared to meet the city’s growing electricity demand. Atishi also ordered that any difficulties with the power distribution system, such as the need for wire replacement or transformer maintenance, be handled as soon as possible to avoid any outages.

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    To strengthen the existing monitoring system, Atishi directed BSES officials to collect data at a detailed level so that any possibility of outage can be identified and resolved immediately. Additionally, she instructed the officials to submit a weekly report from the DISCOM’s monitoring system to the Minister, sharing data which includes information as to where and why power cuts occurred, when and how they were identified, and how long it took to resolve the outage.

    Overall, the Kejriwal administration is committed to ensuring that Delhi residents have uninterrupted access to electricity, especially during peak demand periods in the summer. Through regular monitoring and data collection, the government will be able to identify and resolve any issues quickly, ensuring that residents can rely on a stable supply of electricity.

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