Delhi power crisis: Supreme Court agrees to hear Reliance Infra-owned BSES's plea against NTPC 'ultimatum'

Comments 0
BSES Yamuna and BSES Rajdhani are seeking time-bound faster liquidation of their mounting regulatory assets amounting to Rs 15,000 crore to recover past dues. BSES Yamuna and BSES Rajdhani are seeking time-bound faster liquidation of their mounting regulatory assets amounting to Rs 15,000 crore to recover past dues.
SummaryNTPC had asked Anil Ambani-owned discoms to cough up dues or face suspension of power supply.

it.

The Aptel order has posed a hurdle for the Arvind Kejriwal-led government which had on Monday sent a missive to the regulator asking it to be battle-ready for a possible suspension of the licences of the two discoms — BSES Yamuna Power and BSES Rajdhani Power — in case they, claiming financial difficulties, resort to long outages in large parts of the city.

BSES Rajdhani distributes power to over 18.5 lakh customers in south and west Delhi, including Alaknanda, Vasant Kunj, Saket, Nehru Place, Nizamuddin, Sarita Vihar, Hauz Khas, R K Puram, Janakpuri, Punjabi Bagh, Tagore Garden, Vikas Puri, Palam and Dwarka, according to its website.

BSES Yamuna has 13.5 lakh customers in central and east Delhi, including Chandni Chowk, Daryaganj, Paharganj, Shankar Road, Patel Nagar, Krishna Nagar, Laxmi Nagar, Mayur Vihar and Yamuna Vihar. (With PTI inputs)

Single Page Format
Ads by Google
Reader´s Comments
| Post a Comment
Please Wait while comments are loading...