Discoms to improve quality and quantity of power supply
The survey of required works to be done for strengthening power distribution system in rural as well as urban areas in Haryana will be completed by the end of this month to start the crash programme in the beginning of next month.
The crash programme for renovation and strengthening the system is to be completed within next six months to improve quality and quantity of power supply.
Orders to this effect were issued by Chairman and Managing Director(CMD), Dakshin Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam and the Uttar Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam Devendar Singh in a meeting held here yesterday to review operational activities of the DHBVN.
The meeting was attended by Additional Managing Director Ashok Garg, Director Operations S K Sachdeva, Director Projects V K Chaudhary, all chief general managers and general managers of the Operations Wing of the Nigam.
He asked the officers to complete the survey in consultation with the Sarpanches and Municipal Councillors and send requirements of material to management by defining each work.
There would be no shortage for material for this purpose. He stressed that there should be no lack in quality of the work and asked the officers to ensure video coverage of each work to maintain transparency.
The CMD was apprised that under the crash programme, 21 villages would be covered a day. The teams of workers to be raised exclusively for this crash programme would work for 25 days a month, covering all the 3492 villages in the jurisdiction of the DHBVN in six months.
As many as four teams of workers (each team to comprise of nine members) would take steps maintain and strengthen the power distribution system in a village in one day. Before entering the village, they would have proper plan of works to be completed in the village.
The teams would be supervised by the engineers of the Nigam.
The crash programme for strengthening the system would cover works like tightening loose conductors, replacement of all iron poles, erection of additional poles and conductor as per requirement, replacement of old and worn out conductor, maintenance and augmentation of transformers and the like.