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Jamshedpur, Sept 16: Food and Civil Supplies Minister Saryu Roy today dedicated two power substations of 8 MW each to the residents of his Jamshedpur West Lok Sabha constituency. The substations have been installed at Sonari and Gajadih at an estimated cost of Rs One crore. Parliamentarian Bidyut Baran Mahto was specially present on the occasion.
With the commissioning of the power substation at Sonari would ensure sharing the load of the Kadma power substation and providing regular power supply to the residents. Similarly the Gajidih substation will reduce the load of those supplying power to Dimna Basti, Pardih and Kali Mandir. The reduced power load of the two substations by the one newly installed at Gajidih will provide stability to power supply in Baliguma, Sukna Basti and areas in and around NH 33.
Saryu Roy observed on the occasion, “It has always been my prerogative to ensure uninterrupted power supply to the people of my West Vidhan Sabha constituency. The installation of these two new power substations is a step in this direction.”
The people of Sonari and Mango are euphoric. Those present on the occasion were Executive Electrical Engineer Vishal Kumar, Chittaranjan Verma, Mukul Mishra, Pramod Sharma, Rajiv Singh, Vikas Singh, Ajay Srivastav, Rakesh Singh, Rajesh Singh and others.