Haryana to spend Rs 2.53 cr on rural feeders

Nitish Sharma Karnal | Updated on November 15, 2017

Haryana Government would spend Rs 2.53 crore to connect 189 Deras and Dhanies with rural feeders in district Karnal, under the new policy, said the State Chief Minister, Mr Bhupinder Singh Hooda. Earlier, the Deras and Dhanies were being fed from the agricultural tubewell feeders. Thus, these would get power as per rural domestic schedule.

The Chief Minister was here to lay down the foundation stones of 33 KV sub-stations at Hansi Road Karnal, Dabri, Picholia, Darar and Rasulpur Kalan. These sub-stations would be set up by Uttar Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam at an estimated cost of Rs 13 crore.As many as 12,486 electricity consumers including 5104 tubewell consumers of Karnal town and about 15 villages would be benefited by these sub-stations. He said that Haryana Power Utilities would also release 1,450 pending tubewell connections soon under the new policy with an investment of Rs 10 crore.

Referring to the works carried out in the district to strengthen the transmission and distribution infrastructure, he said that the Government had set up two 220 KV sub-stations, nine 132 KV sub-stations and 17 33 KV sub-stations during the last seven years. Capacity of 12 sub-stations was augmented by installing higher capacity transformers, he added.

Published on April 02, 2012

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