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Tata Power to hold 'lok adalat' for north Delhi consumers on January 28

The special court will start at 10 am near Venkateshwar Global School in Rohini Sector-13, the Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited (TPDDL) spokesperson said

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The complainants must carry their photo identity and a copy of their theft bill during the Lok Adalat

Press Trust of India New Delhi

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Power distribution company TPDDL will organise a special "Lok Adalat" in association with the Delhi State Legal Services Authority (DSLSA) to offer on-spot-settlement of electricity theft cases on January 28, a discom official said Thursday.
The special court will start at 10 am near Venkateshwar Global School in Rohini Sector-13, the Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited (TPDDL) spokesperson said.
The litigants can register for the Lok Adalat by dialling 19124 or writing to eac.care@tatapower-ddl.com.
The complainants must carry their photo identity and a copy of their theft bill during the Lok Adalat.
"Consumers who look forward to settling their power-theft cases can utilise this opportunity for an amicable and immediate settlement of unsolved cases. In case of a default, the company will be obliged to initiate criminal proceedings against the consumers under the Electricity Act, 2003," he added.

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First Published: Jan 25 2024 | 5:38 PM IST

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