Haryana cuts surcharge on unpaid energy bills
Chandigarh, Mar 4 (UNI) The Haryana government has decided to reduce the surcharge being levied on unpaid amount of energy bills in case of various categories of consumers in the state.
While revising the surcharge, the state government reduced the existing rate of five per cent bi-monthly surcharge to three per cent in case of domestic and non-domestic consumers, an official spokesman said.
Similarly, the existing monthly surcharge of two per cent in case of all other categories of consumers would now be 1.5 per cent.
He said the decision to slash the surcharge on unpaid amount of energy bills had been approved by Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda.
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