If Rajasthan does not get coal, 'black out' will be: Energy Minister Bhati said-August 15 deadline, plant will come to a standstill

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If Rajasthan does not get coal, 'black out' will be: Energy Minister Bhati said-August 15 deadline, plant will come to a standstill
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The Rajasthan government has sought coal from the Center. State Energy Minister Bhanwar Singh Bhati said to Union Power Minister RK Singh- He intervene to start mining in allot two coal mines in Chhattisgarh for the power plants of Rajasthan. In Chhattisgarh, the survey has been detected by the Parasa Coal Mines, which Rajasthan is currently supplying coal, the coal has been left till August 15. If the mining in the new block has not started soon, then blackout conditions in Rajasthan can be created in Rajasthan. Huh. Because the coal crisis continues, such plants that generate capacity of 4340 MW will come to a standstill. Which are linked and dependent on the coal coming from the coal mines of Chhattisgarh only. In a conversation with Dainik Bhaskar, Minister Bhanwar Singh Bhati said that the demand has been raised before the center. If coal is not found soon, then there may be a black out in the state due to the power production stalled. The Center has said that such situations should not be created. He will talk to the Ministry of Coal for this. Union Power Minister RK Singh did video conferencing through video conferencing with the power ministers of all the states. During this, Minister Bhanwar Singh Bhati from Rajasthan raised this serious issue. On this, RK Singh said- He will help to resolve the issue by interacting with the coal ministry. Coal stalk in the power houses of Rajasthan? Coal crisis? The coal crisis has started in the power houses of Rajasthan with the arrival of coal crisis. Coal supply from Chhattisgarh has started being disrupted. All power plants in the state have less coal than necessary. Central guidelines are that Rajasthan should have a 26 -day coal stock maintenance. He has never been maintained since last year. Due to the water filling in the coal mines of Chhattisgarh in the rain, coal production, freight in trains and supplies all three are affected. Due to this, there is a danger of serious coal crisis and power plant to come to a standstill in the coming days. 5 Power plant units running due to technical reasons, 5 different power plant units in the state are already closed due to technical reasons. These include two units of 250-250 MW of Suratgarh, one unit of Super Critical 660 MW of Suratgarh, 250 MW of Chhabra and one unit of 210 MW of Kota Thermal. A total of 1620 MW production is closed. Sources reveal that there is no complete supply of coal. Therefore, the production corporation is not taking interest in starting them soon. The permissions of the reasons are not being received due to the reasons that there are Congress governments in both Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan. There is Bhupesh Baghel and Ashok Gehlot in Rajasthan. CM Gehlot, Rajasthan Energy Minister Bhanwar Singh Bhati and officer went to Chhattisgarh and met Baghel and the officers there. Many times CM has raised the demand. Sonia Gandhi was also explained. But due to political conditions there, the Rajasthan government has now come to request to intervene with the Modi government at the Center to start mining in Chhattisgarh. Chhattisgarh CM Bhupesh Baghel and Minister TS Singhdev are face to face on the issue of Coal Mines. Singhdev has also sent his resignation. Local tribal, NGOs and opposition leaders have landed against the Rajasthan Electricity Production Corporation in Chhattisgarh allot-Parsa East Kanta Basin and Parsa Coal Mines extension and mining in other new blocks. The water-forest-land movement against the harvesting of trees in Hasdev Aranya and Surguja areas has been waged by tribals. There is also a hilly, forest area and catchment area of ​​rivers. Many public representatives, including TS Singhdev, have support for the movement. Therefore, the Chhattisgarh administration has banned mining. The power festival will be held on 25th to 30 July. . PM Narendra Modi will hold talks with the Chief Ministers of all the states through video conferencing on July 30 and will hold talks with the beneficiaries. Ujjjwal India, the preparation of Ujjwal Bhavishya Energy 2047 Festival, was associated with Energy Minister Bhanwar Singh Bhati from Rajasthan along with Principal Secretary Energy and Discom Chairman Bhaskar A Sawant, Jaipur Discom MD Ajit Saxena. The Union Minister said- In the festival, the achievements of energy and renewable energy, banners, posters, audio-visual exhibitions should be organized in all districts. The ceremony will take place in 773 districts of India. Rajasthan also give full participation in it. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights Reservedthis Website Follows The DNPA Code of Ethics.

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