Coronavirus: Do not worry, uninterrupted supply of electricity-water department ready

At present, there is a crisis in the country in view of the infection of the Corona epidemic. A preventive lockdown has been declared to prevent corona infection in Uttarakhand. In such a situation, the challenge of maintaining the availability of essential services and goods has also increased. Along with health, electricity and water supply are also included in essential services. In such a situation, the responsibility of both departments has also increased. However, till now both the departments have left no stone unturned to keep the supply smooth. But the challenge is likely to increase in the coming days. In the midst of the Corona epidemic, it is a test of time for all departments involved in essential services.

Jal Sansthan and Energy Corporation are also trying to fulfill their responsibilities well. Both departments claim that the personnel engaged in maintaining the supply have been specifically instructed to be vigilant, as well as to keep the mobile phone on. However, most of the personnel are being worked from home. But, he has been instructed not to let any obstruction in the discharge of responsibility.

Water Institute Managing Director Nilima Garg said that in view of the infection of Corona, most of the personnel have been instructed to work from home. Apart from this, the field personnel has been asked to do their work with complete vigilance. At present, the availability of water is also sufficient and supply is normal everywhere. Energy Corporation Managing Director BCK Mishra said that power is being supplied as per the demand. Personnel has been asked to refrain from coming to office, but fault and maintenance work is being done promptly.

Complain on toll-free number
Complaints or information related to drinking water supply or connection and sewer problems can be given on the toll-free number -1800 180 4100 of the Water Institute. At the same time, contact the Energy Corporation’s toll-free number – 1800 4190 405 and 1912 for problems related to power supply. Both departments claim that action will be taken on the complaint with immediate effect.

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