Patiala, February 21
Power consumers in Punjab are now adopting digital modes for the payment of their electricity bills, resulting in the collection of about Rs15,950-crore revenue from 114 lakh digital transactions from April 2020 to January 2021. This was stated by CMD of PSPCL A Venu Prasad.
Prasad said the digital payment system had led to a reduction in the rush at the cash counters. “This reveals confidence of consumers in the effective implementation and success story of the digital payment system of the corporation,” he added. — TNS
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