Whether the direction of UPERC will be complied by the UPPCL or this direction is also a game of anarchy.

In this regard, Mr. AvadheshVerma submitted that no more time should be allowed to the
Licensees, as the Commission has already extended the time twice in the past. Mr. Verma
also pointed out few data discrepancies and data validation problem in the information
submitted by the Licensees and claimed that the figures were wrong.The Commission
directed the Licensees to revise the submission in case they have submitted any invalid
information.
The licensees had requested for extending the deadline by two months .i.e. up to 31st
December, 2015. It is noted that this period of two months, in any case, is going to elapse
soon. Hence the Commission allows the same. Further,the Commission directs the Licensees
to provisionally bill all such consumers who do not get the meters installed at their
premises, despite issuance of public as well as individual notices at the rate of 2 (Two) times
of the normative consumption rates applicable at that time. For this purpose, a public notice
be published, requesting the remaining consumers to get the meters installed within a
maximum period of 7 (seven) days and simultaneously the licensees must serve individual
notices to all such consumers giving them 15 days’ time to get the meter installed, failing
which, the licensee will charge enhanced provisional billing @2 (Two) times of the
normative consumption rates as applicable at that time. Consumers who have been served
such notices will not be under the ambit of the provision of the ‘Licensees not to be entitled
to raise any bill in case of unmetered consumers’ till a decision on their reply to the notice is
taken.
The Commission hereby directs that no Licensee will be entitled to raise any bill to the
unmetered urban consumers from 1st January, 2016,provided such consumers have not
been issued notices to get the meters installed and till a decision on their reply to the notice
is taken and the loss of revenue on this account shall be borne by the licenses, and the same
will be considered as deemed revenue.
 

2 comments on Whether the direction of UPERC will be complied by the UPPCL or this direction is also a game of anarchy.

  1. 1-It is submitted before the Hon'ble Sir that following information was sought in regard to each communication of chief minister office.
    1a-Please provide the notings in regard to aforesaid correspondences.
    1b-Please provide Minutes of proceedings to your applicant.
    1c-If any correspondence was made with the concerned ,then made available the copy of the letter.
    1d-Please made available the duration in which action is taken by managing director ,UPPCL on the grievances forwarded by chief minister office.
    2-It is submitted before the Hon'ble Sir that undoubtedly still your applicant was made available information sought under point 1 (c) and 1(a) in regard to each communication of chief minister office but where is the information sought under point 1(b) and 1(d)? Please take a glance of attached documents with this representation.

  2. Why subsection 3 of section 6 was not applied by public information officer ,uttar pradesh power corporation limited? Whether section 142 will be entertained by executive engineer EDD II ,against whom complaint was made by aggrieved. Whether this is not against principle of natural justice.
    the subject matter of which is more closely connected with the functions of another public authority,
    the public authority, to which such application is made, shall transfer the application or such part of it as may be appropriate to that other public authority and inform the applicant immediately about such transfer:
    Provided that the transfer of an application pursuant to this sub-section shall be made as soon as practicable but in no case later than five days from the date of receipt of the application.

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