Tribune News Service
Jalandhar, October 19
After the state government recently waived off arrears of electricity bills up to 2 kW load and to implement the scheme efficiently in the district, Jalandhar Deputy Commissioner Ghanshyam Thori today held a meeting with the officials concerned here.
The DC said beneficiaries of electricity bills up to 2 kW load could visit Punjab State Power Corporation Limited (PSPCL)‘s Suvidha Centres from 9 am to 5 pm to apply for waiver of their arrears.
He said over 1 lakh people would be given the benefit of the scheme in the district. People could visit their nearby PSPCL Suvidha Centres under the Jalandhar circle, including west division office, Maqsudan, Model Town division office, east division office at Focal Point, Pathankot bypass and Cantonment division to avail benefit of the scheme.
The DC said besides, special camps would be organised on October 28 and 29 at the sub-divisional level and district-level to facilitate people and provide them hassle-free services under the scheme. He said no deadline had been fixed to avail benefit of the scheme.
The DC appealed to beneficiaries to contact the PSPCL’s Suvidha Centres for any queries or to attain further information about the scheme. Thori categorically directed the officials concerned to ensure that eligible beneficiaries would not face any harassment during the process.
Additional Deputy Commissioner (Development) Jaspreet Singh, Additional Deputy Commissioner (Urban Development) Himanshu Jain, Additional Deputy Commissioner (General) Amarjit Bains, SDM-1 Harpreet Atwal, SDM-2 Balbir Raj Singh, Shahkot SDM Lal Vishwas, Nakodar SDM Poonam Singh, Assistant Commissioner (under training) Ojasvi Alankar, Assistant Commissioner (General) Hardeep Singh, Senior XEN PSPCL Division (West) Sunny Bhagra were among others present in the meeting.
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