Kalyan 3 November:
The ‘One Village, One Day’ initiative has been launched with the objective of maintaining uninterrupted power supply through Kalyan, maintenance and repair work in the circle as well as communication with customers.
Under the initiative of Chief Engineer Dinesh Aggarwal, the concept of ‘One Day, Ten Transformers’ is being implemented in urban areas.
Under this initiative, 10 distribution transformers are selected every week in each sub-division and maintenance and repair of these Rohitras is being done . Chief Engineer of Kalyan Electricity Department Dinesh Aggarwal said that this will help in providing uninterrupted power supply to the consumers of these villages.
In the rural areas of Palghar and Thane districts under Kalyan Circle, the ‘One Village, One Day’ initiative addresses complaints of maintenance and repair of electricity distribution systems, new connections and electricity bills. The concept of ‘One Day, Ten transformers’ has now been added to the scheme to benefit the urban electricity consumers. This includes checking oil level and earthing in Transformers, replacing pin-disc insulators, repairing distribution boxes, cleaning, replacing kitcats, removing obstructed tree branches and vines, straightening wires where necessary and Wiring includes installing spacer. In this initiative, there is a plan to complete the maintenance and repair work of all the electricity distribution booths in urban areas in phases. Aggarwal also said that this will help in ensuring uninterrupted power supply to the power consumers on the respective Rohitras.
Kalyan, Dombivali, Ulhasnagar, Vasai, Virar, Boisar, Ambarnath, Badlapur, Palghar and all the urban areas of the area have started implementing the project. Chief Engineer Aggarwal gave necessary instructions after inspecting the works going on in Kalyan West under this initiative. Under the guidance of Chief Engineer Agarwal, a team of Superintending Engineers Sunil Kakade, Siddharth Tawde, Rajesh Singh Chavan and Kiran Nagaonkar are implementing the project.