The ministry also advised all coal-based generation units to maintain coal stocks to meet their obligations and ensure availability of plants to meet the electricity demand as per grid requirement.
The forum also alleged more than 65 per cent of MCL’s coal is sent to other states which is fuelling the coal supply crisis in Odisha.
Government sources said that there is no shortage in the daily supply of coal to states and power companies and it is maintaining 5 days' stock. In a month's time situation will be back to normal.
Earlier, Delhi Power Minister Satyendar Jain cautioned that there could be complete backout in the national capital after two days if power plants don't receive an immediate supply of coal.
Urging the people to cooperate, the energy secretary said the State has been trying to tide over the crisis with out implementing power cuts.
CM Kejriwal requested PM Modi to direct necessary instructions to the concerned Ministries/Offices to ensure adequate coal and APM gas supply to power generating plants that supply power to Delhi.