6 billion, 18 crores and 50 is so difficult to speak this number, then seeing this as a bill will blow the senses of the good but this has actually happened in PM Modi’s parliamentary constituency Varanasi. On one hand, Uttar Pradesh nickel electricity prices have become expensive, which has greatly affected the budget of consumers.
In such a situation, a day after the increase in the price of electricity, a major negligence case of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s parliamentary constituency Varanasi Electricity Department has come to light, where an electricity bill of Rs 618.5 crore has been sent. An electricity bill of about 6 billion 18 crores 51 lakh has been sent to a private school in Vinayaka area of Varanasi.
This case is of Varanasi district. This bill has been sent to a private school. Not only this, but the decree has also been issued to cut the connection till September 7 for not depositing electricity bill. In fact, this school of a private school of Varanasi is located in Vinayaka area of the city. After seeing the electricity bill, the management of the school was very surprised.
The amount of electricity bill is so much for the management of the school that it cannot fill this electricity bill. Not only this, it is impossible for anyone to pay such a huge bill. The amount of payment of electricity bill is 618.5 crores. When the school management approached the electricity department about this, they raised their hands. Despite circling for several days, the school has not received any relief so far.
On the other hand, due to the drive to cut the electricity connection of the remaining connection holders of the electricity department, there is a fear of disconnection of the school because the date of submission of the electricity bill is 7 September. Now the department is silent on this and no one understands how the bill of a normal school can be so huge.
According to the school coordinator Yogendra Mishra, he has deposited all the previous electricity bills, but after that one month’s bill is surprising. Yogendra Mishra says that he had complained about this electricity bill in the office of the Managing Director of Purvanchal Vidyut Vitran Nigam. But there they were sent back after being told that there was a software flaw. At the same time, despite all efforts about this negligence of the electricity department, their officials are avoiding speaking anything.
Yogendra Mishra says that he has been going round the electricity department for the last several days to fix the electricity bill, but he did not get anything other than assurance. Officials also deposited one and a half rupees 9 and a half rupees in the name of correction, but even after that the bill of 6 billion has come and now in the event of not depositing this electricity bill, the date of disconnection is September 7 and as The date is getting closer, as the school worries are increasing.