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Over 2,800 Farmers Waiting Even after Demand Filling

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The Maharashtra Electricity Distribution Company has encouraged farmers to get a power connection to avoid electricity theft and related accidents. Accordingly, two thousand 779 farmers of the district have filled demand for the connection of agricultural pumps.

Gondia: Maharashtra Electricity Distribution Company has been encouraging farmers to get electricity connection to prevent electricity accidents and related accidents. Accordingly, two thousand 779 farmers of the district have filled demand for the connection of agricultural pumps. However, since last two years the power connections have not been given to these farmers, they are on waiting.

Specially, MSEDCL has bid many times for this work. However, it has not been banned from the contractors. MSEDCL has a problem even when it wants to do electricity connection.

Farming in the district has suffered natural disasters for the last few years. It has been seen in many parts of the crop that has cropped up due to lack of water. Farmers are advised to save crops by taking irrigation help. The need for agricultural pumps for water is to be used for drinking water. However, those who do not have agricultural pumps facilitate water connections by illegally connecting them. There are also forms of this type that often occur in their own veins.

That’s why Mahavitaran encouraged farmers to take their own connection of claim. Since Mahavitaran’s benefit was good, the farmers applied for MSEDCL connections. Accordingly, for the last two years, about 2,777 applications have been filled with demand for MSEDCL. MSEDCL has bid many times for the farmers to get connected with agriculture pumps. However, no bids were issued from the contractors. In spite of this wish, no connection was made with MSEDCL. Filling up the result demand, two thousand 77 9 farmers of the district are on the waiting list.

High Speed ​​Distribution System (HDVS) scheme started

Mahavitaran’s High Speed ​​Distribution System (HHDS) scheme will be implemented to provide proper pressures and uninterrupted power supply to the farmers. The other two schemes were inaugurated by the Chief Minister on Tuesday (Day. 16). In this, high speed distribution system has also been started in the district, and the first connection was given to Jiyalal Ganpat Chane, a farmer of village Jhangia in Goregaon taluka. Specially, the work order has been given to the contractor for this work, and now the agricultural pumps seem to be speeding up the electricity connection work.

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