KPDCL’s Amnesty Scheme launched for chronic defaulters fails to generate desired revenue- ‘Kashmir News Trust #KNT

Kashmir News Trust #KNT

Kashmir Power Distribution Corporation Limited (KPDCL) has failed to generate the substantial revenue as it had expected after the announcement of the Amnesty Scheme launched by it for its domestic electricity consumers.

Under the Amnesty Scheme consumers with large outstanding dues, can pay their outstanding bills in a maximum of 12 easy monthly installments.

Official sources told news agency Kashmir News Trust that the Corporation was forced to disconnect the power connections of defaulters after poor revenue realization under this scheme.

“We have launched a massive disconnection drive of chronic defaulters and so far the power connections of over 1000 defaulters have been disconnected. This driver will continue,” they said adding that the disconnection driver has born fruits and revenue has started generating.

Officials said that KPDCL is overburdened with huge arrears on account of domestic electricity dues of around 12.67 Crore. “This burden will be eased once chronic defaulters start reaping benefits under the Amnesty Scheme,” they said. [KNT]




Neyaz Elahi

Neyaz Elahi, who switched from Electronic to Print Media is a Kashmir based Accredited Journalist who has written extensively on Kashmir for local, national and international web portals. He is currently associated with Srinagar based News Agency Kashmir News Trust (KNT).

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