Sisodia blamed the Center for lack of coal, said- Delhi may have power cut

New Delhi, 10/10:Delhi and the central government have once again come face to face with the shortage of coal in the national capital of the country. Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said on Sunday that there could be a power cut in Delhi if the shortage of coal in power plants persists. Common people should be ready for this. During this, Manish Sisodia also attacked the central government. He said that during the second wave of Corona in the month of April, the Central Government had also denied the lack of oxygen. Simultaneously, Manish Sisodia said that if the coal stock is not filled in 24 hours, then we will have to consider planning a power cut in Delhi. He said that there is a big problem of coal in many power plants.

The Deputy CM said that the Union Minister has rejected the shortage of coal. Along with this, he has also criticized the letter written by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal to Prime Minister Modi regarding this matter. Sisodia said these things in a press conference on Sunday. Actually, Union Energy Minister RK Singh had a meeting with the officials of Ministry of Power, BSES and Tata Power. The Energy Minister said that the power crisis was unnecessarily publicized. We have sufficient stock. The amount of electricity required in Delhi is being supplied and will continue to be so.


So far no solution has been found
Simultaneously, Manish Sisodia attacked and said that the country is not taking care of the Bharatiya Janata Party and it is running away from responsibilities. Sisodia said that similarly during the second wave of Corona, the states had warned the central government against the oxygen crisis and the central government had shied away from its responsibilities. He said that now the issue of shortage of coal can create a situation of power crisis. Manish Sisodia said that due to this power crisis, the country can go into darkness. The governments of Punjab, UP, Rajasthan and Delhi have sought from the central government, but no solution has been found so far from its side.

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