Throughout a webinar organised on the completion of fifty years of the formation of All India Power Engineers Federation (AIPEF) right here on Wednesday, it was resolved that the energy sector ought to be saved in the public sector in the curiosity of customers and farmers, AIPEF chairman Shilendra Dubey stated.
‘For this, the Federation will place its proposals earlier than the central authorities and the state governments,” he added.
“Other than the webinar, in the present day in all the capitals, state models expressed their resolve to make the marketing campaign of low-cost electricity for all a hit and it was stated that the work of offering electricity to the distant rural areas at a loss is being accomplished efficiently by the public sector. Solely public sector corporations can do it and are doing it efficiently,” stated Dubey who presided over the webinar.
The AIPEF was shaped 50 years in the past on August 16, 1973, with the purpose that there ought to be no distance between the energy engineers of all the provinces of the nation and they need to unite as one.
In line with Dubey, public sector energy engineers have performed a key position offering electricity to each village of the nation. He stated that the goal of offering electricity to each family is also achieved in the public sector solely as a result of the public sector had been efficiently executing nationwide programmes no matter losses.
“The time has come when the experiment of unbundling the electricity boards and forming separate companies 25 years in the past also needs to be reconsidered,” he demanded.