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P/056/2019 - Sri. Abdussalam T, Kozhikode

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The Appellant is running a saw mill bearing consumer No.5731 under LT-IV A Tariff with a connected load of 43000 watts and contract demand of 47778 kVA under Electrical Section, Kuunamangalam. The appellant requests to pay compensation to the loss occurred due to the disconnection of service connection without notice as per clause 139 (1) of the Kerala Electricity Supply Code 2014. Another grievance of the appellant is that the respondent illegally demanded security deposit equivalent to the current charge of three months instead of two months stipulated in the Code. The appellant had approached the CGRF (NR) Kozhikode by filing a petition No. 181/2018-19 and the Forum in its order dated 15/06/19 dismissed the petition. Aggrieved against this, the appellant has submitted this appeal petition before this Authority. From the findings and conclusions arrived at as detailed above, I decide as follows: 1. The respondent shall refund the excess security amount collected from the appellant as per Regulation 73(3) of the Supply Code, 2014. 2. The respondent shall examine whether any reliefs/concessions eligible for the flood affected area is applicable to the appellant and allow the same to the appellant, if eligible. Having concluded and decided as above, it is ordered accordingly and the Appeal Petition filed by the appellant, stands disposed of to the extent ordered. The order of CGRF, Kozhikode in 181/2018-19 dated 15-06-2019, is modified to this extent. No order on costs.
P/055/2019 The Manager, Malabar Christian College (MCC), Kozhikode

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The three phase electric connection having consumer number 1180 under Electrical Section, Nadakkave has been registered in the name of the Principal, Malabar Christian College, Kozhikode under LT VI A tariff. The registered connected load is 89920 Watts. The section squad had conducted an inspection on 07.02.2019 in the premises of the appellant. In the inspection it was realised that B phase of the secondary circuit wire of current transformer in the metering system was in the disconnected condition. As such a short assessment bill for the period from 03/2018 to 02/2019 amounting to Rs.1,37,741/- has been issued as per section 152 of Kerala Electricity Supply Code 20l4. The consumer filed objection before the Assessing officer, the Asst. Engineer, against the said assessment. Being not satisfied with the decision of the Assistant Engineer, the consumer approached the CGRF, Northern Region, Kozhikode, with Petition No. 176/2018-19 and the Forum disposed of the holding that the short assessment for a period of 12 months is found to be conducive in the present context and directed the respondent to allow up to 12 instalments. Aggrieved by the decision, the appellant has submitted the Appeal petition before this Forum. For the reasons detailed above, the appeal petition No. P/055/2019, filed by the appellant stands dismissed as it is found having no merits. The order dated 28-05-2019 in OP No. 176/2018-19 of CGRF, Kozhikode is upheld. No surcharge shall be collected from the appellant. Having concluded and decided as above, it is ordered accordingly. No order on costs.
P/057/2019 - Sri. V.M. Saji, Kottayam

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The appellant, Sri V.M. Saji, is a commercial consumer with consumer No. 9078 under Electrical Section, Ayarkunnam, who is aggrieved by the exorbitant electricity bill issued to him on 14-03-2019 for an amount of Rs. 23515.00. The appellant approached the Assistant Engineer with a complaint regarding the excess reading of the meter. Accordingly, the respondent verified the correctness of the meter by installing a Check meter in the premises of the appellant. During verification, no variations or discrepancies were noticed in the existing meter. As per the request of the appellant, the meter was further sent for testing at Meter Testing Unit, Pallom on 07-01-2019. The errors were found within permissible limit as per the meter testing report issued by the testing unit. Hence the respondent issued the bill to the appellant and directed to remit the bill amount. Afterwards the appellant filed a petition before the CGRF, Kottrakkara and the Forum dismissed the petition vide order OP No.29/2019 dated 12-06-2019. Against the decision of the Forum, the appellant has filed the Appeal petition before this Authority. For the reasons detailed above, the appeal petition No. P/057/2019, filed by the appellant stands dismissed as it is found having no merits. The order dated 12-06-2019 in OP No. 29/2019 of CGRF, Kottarakkara is upheld. The appellant is allowed three installments for remitting the amount, if he requests so and no surcharge shall be collected from the appellant. Having concluded and decided as above, it is ordered accordingly. No order on costs.

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