Following talks with Chief Minister N Rangasamy, electricity department employees on Monday evening called off their strike on the sixth day.
Cut to the quick, Telangana has decided to move the court and write to the Centre that it is AP which has to pay Rs 12,940 crore.
The collector directed department heads of revenue and forest and TANGEDCO to work together to provide power supply to the tribals.
Andhra, TN, Telangana, Karnataka among penalised states following mounting dues.
The full list of areas where power will be suspended is as follows.
Around Rs 1.05 crore worth inverters with 2 kw capacity each will be installed in the said schools,” said Parida.
The infrastructure works pertaining to the new agriculture services to the tune of 17,293 in Ongole, 7,965 in Vijayawada and 3,878 in Guntur have already started.
Recently, a delegation of Kashmiri Pandits met Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and shared the issue of electricity connections.
Apart from REC, the Power Finance Corporation (PFC) are the other nodal lending agencies for the Rs 3.03 lakh crore RDSS.
Issues of poor sanitation, power supply and low quality drinking water were raised at the annual Rath Yatra coordination committee meeting which was held here on Monday.
Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said the Centre would extend all its support to help states build the necessary infrastructure.
Sources said that as the villagers refused to vacate, the NLCIL management disconnected the water supply and power supply to the areas two weeks back.
The power minister said if steps are not taken in time, shortages in round-the-clock power supply may ensue.
The official also cited power cuts as one of the reasons for water supply constraints.
On average, power plants in India is having coal stock of 22 mt and on an average daily 2.1 mt coal is replaced with plants and hence, no shortage of coal will arise in the country.
Raghunandan Rao said that farmers were protesting at sub-stations in his constituency because there were regular interruptions in power supply since the last couple of days.
Residents here spell out these woes: lack of drinking water supply, absence of permanent power supply, non-functional sewage treatment plant (STP), absence of fire safety clearance etc.
According to sources, the TANGEDCO has been receiving 55,000 tonnes or 70,000 tonnes of coal, depending on the capacity of vessel.
It is just the beginning of summer and already, Bengaluru is experiencing power cuts stretching for an entire day, especially during weekends.