‘Corona’ to six employees in MSEDCL’s welfare circle; Appeal to customers not to crowd the office Palava News


Welfare June 20:

Six employees of MSEDCL’s welfare circle have been infected with the corona virus. Twelve employees have been quarantined and customers have been appealed not to rush to the MSEDCL office.

After the reading of the electricity meter starts, the customers are being given accurate and consolidated electricity bill according to the lockdown and the electricity usage for the next three months. After receiving the electricity bill, the number of customers coming to the MSEDCL office complaining that the bill is high has increased. Consumers should avoid office congestion to protect themselves from corona virus infection and avoid potential danger to MSEDCL employees, appealed Chief Engineer Dinesh Agarwal.

Corona virus has unfortunately infected six employees who were trying their best to ensure uninterrupted power supply to customers in the wake of the lockdown and subsequent nature cyclone. Twelve of his contacts have been separated. Electricity consumers are flocking to the MSEDCL office to get more complaints and get duplicate electricity bills. To prevent corona virus infection, complaints should be lodged through the portal for customers at www.mahadiscom.com and mobile app. Use both payment wallets or pay the electricity bill at the bill payment center. Chief Engineer Dinesh Agarwal has appealed to the power workers to avoid congestion in the office considering the presence of manpower and alternatively on the power supply in case of outbreak of Corona virus among the power workers.

* Preventive measures *

All the offices and electricity bill payment centers in the welfare zone are functioning with thermometers, sanitizers, masks, hand gloves and body spacing. Adherence to physical distance is being limited due to customer congestion. All offices are being disinfected, including where patients infected with the corona virus have been found.


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