More manpower to tackle power cuts: Discom
GURUGRAM: Concerned over frequent outages in DLFareas, power discom DHBVN has decided to increase the shifts for staff at the grievance redressal unit and is contemplating increasing the number of people involved in maintenance work too.
Sources told TOI discom officials convened a meeting with representatives of DLF residents on Saturday. “Major issues like uninterrupted power supply to the DLF area were discussed. There was a consensus about scaling up the manpower employed to check maintenance of the area,” sources said.
Sources also said the grievance centre of DHBVN will also have to work a shift longer. “Currently the staff work for two shifts — day and night. Now, they will have to work for three shifts. The move will ensure redress of consumers’ grievances at the earliest,” they said.