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Navjot Singh Sidhu News: Sidhu, who questioned the power cut in Punjab, himself did not pay the electricity bill for 9 months, more than 8 lakh outstanding

 

Highlights:

  • Navjot Singh Sidhu owes a bill of eight lakhs
  • The last date for submission of bills is July 2
  • had targeted his own government by tweeting

Chandigarh
Congress leader Navjot Singh Sidhu (navjot singh sidhu) on Friday, in a series of tweets, blamed the Captain and the then Chief Minister of the previous Akali-BJP government, Parkash Singh Badal, for the power cut problem in Punjab. At the same time, it has now come to the fore that his own electricity bill of lakhs is due. Navjot Singh Sidhu has not paid his house bill for the last nine months.

In fact, the house of Navjot Singh Sidhu, who surrounded the government on the issue of electricity, has a huge bill outstanding. According to the information, he has not paid the bill for the last 9 months and he owes more than eight and a half lakh rupees of the bill.

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had targeted his own government by tweeting
By tweeting one after the other, Sidhu suggested the ruling government of his own party. On the instructions issued by the Captain Government regarding electricity in government offices, he said that working in the right direction would neither require power cut in Punjab nor would there be a need to manage timing or running AC in the office.

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Know what Sidhu said
Sidhu spoke about power cuts, cost, truth of power purchase agreements, free and 24-hour power supply to the people of Punjab. He said that Punjab has to buy electricity at an average rate of Rs 4.54 per unit. The national average is Rs 3.85. In Chandigarh, electricity is purchased at Rs 3.44 per unit. 3 Due to dependence on private plants, 5 to 8 rupees per unit costly electricity has to be purchased.

.Navjot Singh Sidhu News: Sidhu, who questioned the power cut in Punjab, himself did not pay the electricity bill for 9 months, more than 8 lakh outstanding