Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal Tenant Electricity Meter Scheme

Tenants will be able to get prepaid meters, understand the whole plan in 5 points

While announcing the ‘Chief Minister Tenant Electricity Meter Scheme’, Kejriwal said that tenants will now be able to install prepaid meters in the capital. What will be the benefit of this scheme, know

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday fulfilled a huge demand for people living in the capital. Now tenants will also get the benefit of subsidy on electricity. While announcing the ‘Chief Minister Tenant Electricity Meter Scheme’, Kejriwal said that tenants will now be able to install prepaid meters in the capital. Know what will be the characteristics of this meter

No permission will have to be taken from the landlord

It has happened so far that tenants are not able to take advantage of the subsidy on electricity, because the landlord takes money from them at the cost of Rs 7 or 8 per unit as per his wish. But now this will not happen. As per the plan, now the tenant will not need any NOC to install the meter.

What papers are important

Tenants will be able to get prepaid meters by depositing a security amount of Rs 3,000. For this, only the receipt of tenancy or tenancy and residence certificate of the place where they are staying will have to be submitted.

Will have to pay first

Pre-med … as the name suggests, you have to make the payment first. Just like prepaid number, Dish TV has to be recharged first and then get the facility, same will happen now. Normal meters use electricity first, then the bill comes, but prepaid will have to be recharged first and then we will be able to use electricity.

When will you not cut money

In Delhi, the government gives subsidy on electricity. If you consume less than 200 units of electricity, then you will not lose any money. Programming in meters in the Chief Minister’s tenant power meter scheme will be such that up to 200 units of electricity will be free and up to 400 units will be cut by half, meaning half the money.

How to get pre-paid meter

Arvind Kejriwal has informed that this meter can be installed by calling three different numbers. Some line charge will have to be paid for this. After calling, the person himself will come and put meter. Tenants can get meters sitting at home by calling these numbers

  • BSES Yamuna Number: 19122
  • BSES Rajdhani Number: 19123
  • Tata number: 19124