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24 Hours Power Supply in Jabalpur

Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s announcement for round-the-clock domestic power supply was implemented for 1352 villages in Jabalpur in the first phase of the programme

Farmers in these villages will also get regular power supply for eight hours daily. CM was in Jabalpur with energy minister Rajendra Shukla, home minister Umashankar Gupta and authorities of energy department to launch Atal Jyoti Abhiyan to ensure round-the-clock power supply in Jabalpur, which is an outcome of feeder separation work going on in the state

As per an official release, addressing a gathering on the premises of Jawaharlal Nehru Agriculture University, Jabalpur Chouhan said the state government had achieved a success in ostensibly impossible task of making available power for 24 hours. The uninterrupted power supply, which began at Jabalpur on Sunday, would be extended to all villages of the state

He said the state government was committed to making the state a power cut-free state. About Rs. 12,000 crore would be spent on various works including feeder separation works under the campaign

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