Samadhan Yojana MP is a great scheme launched by the MP government for those consumers who haven’t paid the electricity bill yet, so under this scheme, if they will pay the complete outstanding bill at one payment they will get a 40% discount on their complete bill. Under this scheme, if you pay the outstanding bill till the date 31st August 2020 then you can avail the benefits of this scheme. This scheme is a great initiation by the MP Government so that all those people who are not able to pay the complete bill can now pay the bill because of the benefits.
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Samadhan Yojana MP
The government has announced this scheme as there are more than 88 Lakhs consumers who haven’t paid the bill yet and with the heavy discount of 40%, they will now pay the bill which will ultimately grow the Government revenue. The government will give the relief of 100% surcharge amount and 40% on the outstanding amount and to avail, the benefits of this scheme consumers have registered themself under this scheme before 15 December 2021then only they can avail the benefit of 40%.
Options To Pay Outstanding Bill
There are various options available to pay the outstanding bill for the consumers of the MP Electricity Board. So in the first option one can pay the complete bill and can avail 100% surcharge discount and 40% discount on the outstanding bill. But if you don’t want to pay the complete bill in one payment then you can pay the bill in 6 different installments, but if you pay the bill in 6 different installments then you will get a discount of 40%. So in the installment option, you have to pay the complete surcharge bill and 75% of the outstanding bill.
Register Yourself Soon
If you want to avail of the benefits then you have to register yourself before 15 December 2021 otherwise your current will be added to your outstanding bill and you have to pay the complete bill without any discount in the next month So don’t be late to register yourself. The subsidy that the government will give to the consumer will be paid by the MP Government. The surcharge amount and the 50% discounted amount will be paid by the Electricity Company and the rest of the amount will be paid by the Government.