Mahendergarh, Jul 6 (UNI) The Haryana Government plans to spend Rs 200 crore in district Mahendergarh to strengthen power transmission and distribution system.
This was stated by Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda here today after inaugurating a 33 KV substation constructed by the Dakshin Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam at village Sehlang at at a cost of Rs 2.30 crore.
He said the under that plan, the government would construct 11 new substations and augment capacity of five existing substations.
The new substations include a 220 KV substation at Dhanauda, 132 KV substations at Sekan, Pali and Mohanpur and 33 KV substations at Budeen, Majra Kalan, Shobhapur, Dholeda, Bajad, Bhilwada and Bhoogarkan.
Capacity of existing 33 KV substation, Bhojawas and 132 KV substation, Satnali has already been augmented, while, capacity of 33 KV substations, Barara, Bawania, Jant and Nangal Sirohi is being augmented.
The Chief Minister said that to strengthen power distribution system in the district, all the overloaded and lengthier 11 KV feeders were being divided and rehabilitated. Under this plan 28 feeders in the district are being rehabilitated. During rehabilitation, their complete system will be renovated and additional transformers will be provided as per requirement.
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