Coal Minister Prahlad Joshi gave assurance, there will be no coal crisis in power generation in the country
India's Coal Minister Pralhad Joshi, while speaking on the possibility of coal shortage and power crisis in the country for some time today, on Wednesday, 13 October, has assured everyone that the supply of coal for power generation in the country will be There will be no crisis. Pralhad Joshi reached Bilaspur airport and said this to the journalists present there. Joshi, who was on his way for an event in Korba district, spoke to reporters present at the airport before his flight. He told that he is going to take stock of Gevra, Deepka and Kusmunda mines of Coal India's subsidiary South Eastern Coalfields Limited (SECL) in Korba and hold meeting with the officials. He later posted pictures of this tour on his Twitter account as well.
On the supply of coal also
Pralhad Joshi also spoke to reporters on the supply of coal. He told that he is meeting the total requirement of coal. Today 11 lakh tonnes of coal is required for power generation and we have already delivered two million tonnes of coal on time. He has assured that there will be no problem of supply of coal to generate electricity in the country.