Uttarakhand Power Corporation Limited has once again reiterated its appeal to all consumers to pay the electricity bills on time. MD said that the major share of revenue comes to UPCL through electricity bills only. In such a situation, one can also play the role of a warrior in the war against Corona by paying electricity bills. He also said that cash counters are closed due to lockdown, but online payment is much simpler. In such a situation, one can pay the electricity bill sitting at home.
In the coming days in the war against Corona, the government may need huge revenue. For this, various organizations including MPs and MLAs have extended their help. Uttarakhand Power Corporation Limited has also asked the common consumers to maintain a strong economic condition that it is extremely important to pay electricity bills in this difficult situation.
Online bill submission option
-Through the UPCL website.
-UPCL Customer Mobile Self Service App. It is on the Google Play Store.
– India Bill Payment Service, Paytm, Google Pay, Amazon Pay, Payphone, MobiQuick, etc.
Drinking water supply in homes even in the daytime under lockdown
People will not have drinking water problems due to the lockdown. For this, the Water Institute has now decided to supply in the day time also. Different areas will be supplied under rotation. There is a nationwide lockdown. Everyone has been asked to stay at home. In such a situation, the Jal Sansthan has decided to provide additional water to the people of the state so that there is no shortage of water.
Managing Director of Jal Sansthan Neelima Garg said that drinking water will be transported in different areas of the city for some time by scheduling the day. People’s water consumption has increased due to living at home. In such a situation, after supply in the morning and evening, there will be supply in the day also. Told that there is sufficient availability of water. Also, there is no electricity problem as of now. Due to which the tube well is being run for sufficient time.
No penalty till 15 April
Jal Sansthan has appealed people to fill water bills online. Although the counters are open, people have been asked to avoid crowding the counter in view of the corona infection. Also, in the event of failure to deposit the bill, there will be no penalty till 15 April.