The public sector Jaipur Vidyut Vitaran Nigam, responsible for power supply here in the Capital, will shortly chalk out an action plan to meet the consumers' needs during the next 20 years in view of the city's tremendous expansion.
The action plan will ensure hassle-free functioning of infrastructure and supply of high quality electricity.
Jaipur Discom Chairman and Managing Director Sudhansh Pant said here on Sunday that services were being provided to all categories of consumers within the timeframe laid down by the Public Services Guarantee Act and consumer feedback was being obtained for improvement.
Addressing a meeting of officers and engineers from all the seven divisions and 21 sub-divisions in Jaipur circle, Mr. Pant said the targets for the current financial year would be achieved on time and dues recovered from defaulters.
“We need to constantly compare our work with what we achieved in the corresponding period last year and strive for improvement,” he said.
Mr. Pant said the discom would take new measures to reduce transmission and distribution losses, change faulty electricity meters and replace defective transformers within 72 hours. He said illegal use of electric motors operated on the single-phase domestic power connections in the rural areas would be checked through a rigorous drive.