3 in 5 households facing power outages amidst heatwave

Thanks to all members who participated in the Power Outage amidst heatwave survey. Below is the survey report:

3 in 5 families still facing power outages amidst heatwave

If the power outages are causing inconvenience to you, you may share the above link with your Whatsapp contacts, social media and your district and state leadership. Awareness creation will lead to change so please take action. A lot of reforms need to take place so power supply becomes citizen centric. Today, it is not.

If you have inputs and experiences, do share them here. more  

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Dear Local Circle Manager, I fail to understand how sharing the link leading to the Report on Outages will provide any relief to the average citizen. Addition of any further data doesn't add to the relevance of your report. Instead, the Report should be brought to the notice of the concerned authorities. The political executive in States must be told by Central Government that it will be held accountable for lack of immediate and long term improvement. more  
Better supervision and control is required in usage of power in public places like streetlights, offices and misuse at public and private public functions. Promote renewable energy sources. more  
Whichever chief minister is giving free electricity to people at the cost of taxpayers' money, that CM MUST be arrested immediately and whipped mercilessly every day in the jail. If anything is to be given free then money for the same MUST come from that party's own funds. more  
Due to competitive dirty vote bank politics, corruption, non-accountability, free power, power theft. etc. all Electricity Boards are in the red. Neither they are able to buy coal or power from the available sources in time. All State Electricity Boards should be privatized on war footing to stem the rot. The State governments, if want to dole out free/subsidized power, they must pay in advance to the power discoms. Power theft be treated as criminal offence and the accused be sent to jail for atleast 3 years without bail. more  
It must be clarified to people that the Power cuts are not due to power shortage, but due to inability of State Governments to pay for the power they need. more  
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