Union power ministry has invited representatives of 27 different organisations including KMSS, AAS, AJYCP to a meeting in New Delhi on Thursday.
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Union Minister of State for Power Piyush Goyal also attended the meeting.
Decision of the concerned administrative ministry to keep a particular post in abeyance in several of these cases has lead to prolonged delays.
Both AASU and KMSS have hit out at the Centre and announced separate agitations beginning next week.
Goyal said a large number of appointments get stalled because of Central Vigilance Commission inquiries that carry on for long.
Will also attend high-level security meeting at 15 Corps headquarters in Srinagar.
The lower Subansiri project is an initiative of the Arunachal Pradesh government as part of its decision to tap 50,000 MW power potential in the state.
The 690 MW Salal and 390 MW Dul Hasti have been constructed over river Chenab by NHPC in Reasi and Kishtwar districts respectively.
The firm plans to buyback shares of R10 each at R19.25 apiece aggregating to R2,368 crore.
Of the 25 projects totalling over 11,000 MW allotted to developers in Arunachal Pradesh,construction has not begun on even a single project.
The front was launched at a public rally organised by the constituent parties at Sher-e-Kashmir Municipal Park in Srinagar.
The Cabinet Committee on Investment is expected to soon take up state-owned NHPCs Dibang hydro-electric power project in Arunachal Pradesh.
Several hundred villages in Odisha remain disconnected and power infrastructure in state has failed.
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