Power theft rampant in Gaya

GAYA: With the India Power, the franchise holder for power distribution in Gaya town, Bodh Gaya and Manpur areas of the district, getting revenue for less than 50% of power supplied to around 1.13 lakh domestic and non-domestic consumers, the rampant power theft has put a question mark on the execution programmes for quantitative as well as qualitative improvement in the power scenario, one of the key points of CM Nitish Kumar’s seven resolutions.

According to the power company sources, the firm on an average supplies 60 million units per month to its registered users. But the revenue for only about 25 million units is received, which means the remaining 35 million units account for power theft and transmission loss.

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