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New Delhi, Aug 6 (PTI) AIPEF, an organization of engineers working in the electricity sector, has urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to send the Electricity (Amendment) Bill 2022 to a parliamentary standing committee for a detailed discussion with all stakeholders. Go. Union Energy Minister RK Singh had spoken about the presentation of the Electricity (Amendment) Bill 2022 in Parliament on August 8. It is in this context that Shailendra Dubey, president of the All India Power Engineers Federation (AIPEF) wrote a letter to the Prime Minister asking that he intervene in the matter. AIPEF made a statement
Union Energy Minister RK Singh had spoken about the presentation of the Electricity (Amendment) Bill 2022 in Parliament on August 8. the question.
AIPEF said in a statement that the Prime Minister has been asked to refer the bill to the Standing Committee of Parliament so that it can be discussed in detail with all stakeholders.
According to the statement, the National Coordinating Committee of Electrical Employees and Engineers (NCCOEEE) and AIPEF sent a notice to the Department of Energy, stating that all electrical employees and engineers across the country will have to stop working for the day to protest. against the introduction of this bill in Parliament. will be forced to.
Dubey said the central government will have to explain why so much haste is being made about this bill and what the forces are behind it.
AIPEF said the draft law was prepared on August 2, 2022, due to which no stakeholder was able to comment on it or register its objection.
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