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    By Jendu CMD Devulapalli Prabhakar Rao

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    Palvancha, June 24: TSGENCO CMD Devulapalli Prabhakar Rao announced that there has been a continuous power shortage in Telangana for the past 24 hours. With an expenditure of Rs. 12 crore, TSGENCO has constructed the Kothagudem Thermal Power Station premises and with an expenditure of Rs. 18 crore, they have built residential houses in the education center. On Saturday, he inaugurated these facilities along with MLA Vemkateswar Rao.

    Speaking on the occasion, Devulapalli said that Telangana is facing a power shortage of only 7,778 megawatts every day. He mentioned that with CM KCR’s vision, this production has been increased to 18,565 megawatts. He also informed that Yadadri Power Plant has completed its construction and is producing an additional 4 megawatts. He praised CM KCR for achieving self-sufficiency in power generation in the state.

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    Regarding electricity production, he emphasized that Telangana should be considered as an ideal state in the country. The electricity department officials from Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, and Kerala visited Telangana to learn about power generation and grid infrastructure improvements.

    Note: The translation provided is a general interpretation of the article.

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