erratic power supply: bku to lay 4hr siege to punjab power corporation offices | india news - times of india

by:HoldPeak     2020-04-15
MOGA: Bhartiya Kissan Union is angry at the unstable power supply in the agricultural sector when the rice field transplant is in full swing (Ugrahan)
Has decided to lay four
An hour siege of the Punjab Electric Power Company office (PSPCL)
Cross Punjab on June 22.
The farmers\' organization accused the state government and the PSPCL authorities of not providing them with the eight promised
Hourly power supply to rice plantations.
A meeting of the organization was held on Monday in the village of Machhike in Moga district, where it was decided that union activists would be held at the PSPCL office from noon to four o\'clock P. M.
Sukhdev Singh Kokri, trade union secretary general, said, \"At the moment, farmers have only four to five hours of electricity supply, while committing eight hours without interruption --hour supply.
In the face of this increasingly unstable power supply, farmers have to come up with more money (monetary)
In order to water the transplanted rice, the amount of diesel oil.
He accused the Punjab government of failing to protect the interests of farmers.
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