Singh added that the NTPC has supplied 4,116 million units (MUs) and 2037 MUs of electricity to BRPL and BYPL, respectively in the financial year 2021- till March 2022.
The minister also said that action was taken back in 2018 against suspected cyber attacks on the country's power supply system.
Union ministers Hardeep Puri, Jyotiraditya Scindia, Kiren Rijiju and V K Singh will be going as "special envoys" of India, government sources said.
Union ministers Hardeep Puri, Jyotiraditya Scindia, Kiren Rijiju and R K Singh will be going there as "special envoys" of India.
The minister also asserted that India will replace diesel with renewables to achieve target of zero-diesel use in the agricultural sector by 2024.
They included former minister Jagmohan Singh Kang, sitting MLA Amrik Singh Dhillon, Daaman Bajwa and Satwinder Bitti.
Uttarakhand Congress president Ganesh Godiyal will contest from the Srinagar seat while Leader of Opposition in the outgoing assembly Pritam Singh has been fielded from the Chakrata.
Ousted Uttarakhand cabinet minister Harak Singh Rawat on Friday joined the Congress along with his daughter-in-law Anukriti Guasain.
Beginning his political career with the BJP in undivided Uttar Pradesh, he joined the BSP in 1996 and quit it two years later to join the Congress.
Harak Singh Rawat had rebelled against the Congress government led by Harish Rawat in 2016 and had joined the BJP.
After opposition from Congress veteran Harish Rawat, rebel BJP Harak Singh Rawat reached out to him, saying that he was ready to apologise 100 times.
Earlier in the day, ousted Uttarakhand Minister Harak Singh Rawat said he will join the Congress.
Sources said that he along with his daughter-in-law Anukriti Gusain might join Congress party on Monday.
In a video message, Rawat also said he prays that the BJP will return to power in the state with full majority after next year's assembly elections under Dhami's leadership.
BJP MLA Umesh Sharma Kau, who had been assigned the task of dissuading him from resigning, on Saturday said the Cabinet minister's grievance has been addressed and "no one is going anywhere".