Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission

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Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission
2.50 / 5 4 Reviews
Delhi, India
2.504
2.50
DERC commits lot of corruption by charging monthly compulsory charges in excess on load less than 1 KV.
In most of CPWD houses which are under repair/renovation, electricity is used by contractors and its laborers without any meter and paying for use of electricity by theft which is illegal and charged from others.
There is no electric meter at complaint cell of DERC and they use electricity illegally and lavishly which is charged from common consumers by increasing rate/rent.
I am not satisfied with the workings and performance of DERC, there are frequent power cuts at my place and the people working in the electricity department are always corrupt. I applied for a new meter connection and it took me close to 2-3 months to get that meter installed. If this is the state of privatization then just imagine how govt depts would be working.

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