Indore, NewDuniya Representative Indore Unlock News. Indore in-charge minister Tulsi Silavat has informed that from today onwards, a meeting of disaster management committees will be held in all the towns and villages of the district. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan had given instructions to ensure public participation in relation to management of corona epidemic. In this sequence, this meeting is being organized. At the meeting, suggestions will be taken from members regarding dealing with Corona and opening lockdown. After compiling the suggestions, a strategy will be decided in the district for the coming time. Significantly, the process of unlocking is going to start in the state from June 1. Under this, a meeting of the Crisis Management Committee is being held everywhere, so that a strategy to open the lockdown can be decided.
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Water Resources Development Minister and Indore in-charge minister Tulsiram Silavat took a meeting of senior officials of the power company in Indore’s Residency Auditorium on Sunday. Shri Amit Tomar, Executive Director of Madhya Pradesh Western Region Power Distribution Company, Executive Director Sanjay Mohase was present in this meeting, aimed at speeding up the smoothness and grievance redressal of electricity services during the rainy season.
Silavat called the toll free number 1912 of the company’s engineers and call center from an unknown number. Silavat called Rakesh Ranjan, Engineer of Daily College Zone, Indore, Ashok Thakur, Engineer of Mangalia Rural and Call Center 1912 at Headquarters at Pologround. In all three places, the relatives picked up the phone in 2 to 3 seconds. The minister’s tenor appeared satisfied with the readiness to pick up on time.
Silavat said that during the rainy season, storm, storm and strong rains sometimes disrupted the electrical systems. Try to minimize interruptions, if the supply is affected then soon the supply will return to normal. He instructed that wherever the transformers have been damaged due to typhoon in the last 3 days, 100 percent work should be done in the next 2-3 days. At the meeting, City Superintendent Engineer Kamesh Srivastava of Electricity Company, Rural Superintending Engineer DN Sharma, Rural Executive Engineer Abhishek Ranjan etc. also gave information about consumer services in their respective areas.
Power company officials also met
Apart from this, Minister Tulsi Silavat took a meeting of senior officials of the Electricity Department in the Residency Kothi on Sunday. In the context of the rainy season, Minister Silavat gave necessary instructions to the officials regarding the problem of continuous power supply and electricity of the farmers. Amit Tomar, MD of Power Distribution Company, Sanjay Muhase, Kamesh Srivastava and other officials were present in the meeting.