Jaipur. Several days after the power crisis deepened in the state due to coal shortage, Energy Minister B. D. Kalla is fully active. He has blamed the current situation on the Central Government and its undertaking CoalIndia. He has said that the decline in power generation in thermal power plants of the state is not due to power but coal crisis, which has happened due to lack of coal supply at the central government level. He has issued a statement that misleading information is being spread about the payment dues of Coal India companies, whereas in reality, National Coalfields Limited (NCL) does not owe any money. Despite this, the state is not being given coal under the contract under the contract.
Contract for supply of 11.5 rakes of coal per day
Rajasthan has a contract to supply 11.5 rakes of coal per day with two Coal India companies NCL and SECL, but due to rainwater logging in the mines, it has been getting an average of 5.38 rakes per day (October 1 to 13) for a long time. In such a situation, how can the entire stock be kept for thermal units.
Received so much rack from both the companies of Coal India
1st and 2nd October – 4-4 rakes
October 3 – 5 racks
October 4 – 6 racks
October 5 – 4 racks
October 6 – 7 racks
October 7 – 6 racks
8 to 10 October – 5-5 racks
October 11 – 6 racks
October 12 – 7 racks
13 October – 6 racks