Shobha Karndlaje


BJP Karnataka

Karnataka promises no power cut during March-April

Bangalore, Feb 14, (PTI): Karnataka Government today announced that it was fully geared up to meet the power demand likely to touch about 170 million units per day during March and April.
The state will purchase 1300 mw from Chhattisgarh to meet the growing demand and to ensure that there will be no power cuts during these summer months, Minister for Power, Food and Civil Supplies Shobha Karandlaje told reporters here.
The demand touched 164 million units on February 12 and the power companies managed to supply, she said. The minister said 500 mw was expected to flow into the power grid by this September end when the third unit of the Bellary power plant would start production. The 500 mw capacity thermal power plant at Udupi was also expected to commence operation by year end.


No authority can save us, nobeliefs. If there is a God, all can find Him. No one needs to be told it iswarm; all can discover it for themselves. So it should be with God. He shouldbe a fact in the consciousness of every person

— Swami Vivekananda


Get latest updates of my blog, news, media watch in your email inbox. subscribe to my newsletter