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Nasrul asks to ensure hassle free power supply

State Minister for Power, Energy and Mineral Resources Nasrul Hamid on Saturday asked all concerned to supply hassle free electricity at consumers level.

“Be more cautious about harassment-free electricity supply to the customers,” he said told a two-day General Managers’ conference of Bangladesh Rural Electrification Board (BREB) as the chief guest in the city.

The state minister said customers’ satisfaction is the main goal of the government. “Customers can not be harassed in any situation. We have to talk to them in a smiling face. The BREB would have to resolve all existing problems within the next three-month and the government will give all necessary assistance to this regard,” he said.

“We have to take initiative to increase coordination among production, distribution and transmission companies for implementation of the development plan as per the demand,” he said.

Various issues including target of brining all upazilas under 100 percent power coverage, problems at field level, technical constraints, power outages, possible causes and remedies for the loss of transformers were discussed in the conference.

Among others, Power Division Secretary Dr Ahmad Kaikus, Chairman of Bangladesh Power Development Board Engineer Khaled Mahmood, Chairman of BREB Major General Moin Uddin (retd) and Power Cell Director General Engineer Mohammad Hossain spoke on the occasion.

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