Got an RC from power dept? You can still apply for OTS

  • | Saturday | 11th November, 2023

Noida: The one-time settlement scheme (OTS) of Uttar Pradesh Power Corporation Limited (UPPCL), which started on November 8 and continues till December 31 in three phases, is also being extended to consumers against whom recovery certificates (RC) have been issued. RCs are issued against consumers who fail to deposit their dues even after repeated notices.Those consumers against whom RCs have been issued will also be able to avail themselves of the benefits of the OTS scheme of UPPCL.The discom has issued RCs worth Rs 260 crore against 20,000 consumers in GB Nagar, said Rajeev Mohan, chief engineer, Noida power department, PVVNL.We also published the following articles recentlyAhmedabad: Consumer commission issues arrest warrant against Delhi builderAn arrest warrant has been issued against a New Delhi-based builder by a consumer commission in Ahmedabad for failing to return money to a consumer and not appearing before the commission. The case involves a lawyer who booked a studio apartment but did not receive possession. The builder argued that the lawyer had booked the flat for investment purposes. The commission had ordered the builder to refund the amount with interest and compensation.Citizen-friendly schemes can help Cong remain in powerBabulal Nagar, a four-term MLA and former minister, is contesting the upcoming election in Dudu on a Congress ticket. He believes he can win as an independent candidate and cites his strong connection with the grassroots of Dudu as his greatest strength. Despite the feeling that there will be a change of power in Rajasthan, Nagar believes the Congress has a good chance to remain in power due to their citizen-friendly schemes. He acknowledges corruption charges against some of his party colleagues but emphasizes that the states anti-corruption wing takes action against corrupt leaders, unlike in other states. If elected, Nagars manifesto includes bringing independent administration, medical and general colleges, a court, and a district hospital to Dudu.Centre to soon set up online platform for resolution of consumer complaintsThe Indian government plans to establish an online platform for resolving consumer complaints. The platform will serve as a common interface for companies, service providers, and consumers, and will include panels of experts to facilitate faster resolution. The Ministry of Consumer Affairs has invited bids for the design, development, and management of the Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) Platform, which aims to provide a cost-effective and efficient redressal solution before resorting to consumer commissions or courts. The platform will connect consumers and companies with qualified expert counsellors using Artificial Intelligence.

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