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Old December 30th, 2013, 07:29 AM
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Re: 'Dilli ka thag' movie to be remade

only God knows who has what authority in India

Government has no authority to reduce power tariffs: DERC

MUMBAI: Delhi's electricity regulator has said the government cannot interfere in fixing tariff though it can subsidise consumers, highlighting the potential difficulties facing Arvind Kejriwal, the new Delhi CM, whose party has promised to halve electricity prices in the Capital.

"The government cannot interfere in tariff fixation. It is a regulatory issue," PD Sudhakar, chairman, Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission, told ET.

"We fix the tariff as per law, taking into account all economic considerations. The government cannot interfere in the process. But if it wants to support people, it can offer a subsidy to reduce power tariff," he said.

"How do they (Aam Aadmi Party) propose to reduce the tariff? We fix the tariff after due diligence and it is difficult to reduce tariff beyond a point as 70% of Delhi's power comes from outside and we have no control over the cost of power," the state power watchdog said ..

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