Power Ministers’ meet: States agree on 24X7 power for all, direct benefit transfer – Economic Times

December 7, 2017
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Economic Times
NEW DELHI: Power Minister R K Singh today said most of the states have agreed on 24X7 power for all, 90 per cent pre-paid meters and direct benefit transfer (DBT) of subsidies for electricity consumers across the country. “Our vision is that we want …
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