Yangon, May 25
The April electricity bill was announced to reduce 150 units, but the meters have been raised so much that the public will also be reduced by 150 units again in May following a series of intense public outcry.
In a statement released tonight, the Ministry of Electricity and Energy issued a statement on May 1, 2020, extending the protection of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID – 19). It is announced that a total of 150 units of electricity use from 1 to 150 units for religious institutions and domestic civil society organizations (embassies, UN and international organizations) will be provided.
Although the electricity rate is reduced by 150 units, the unit will not reduce the unit, but it will be reduced to 1,15050 kyats for 150 units.
The government announced that it would reduce the electricity bill for April by 150 units of voltage. The triple increase could be a mistake by meter readers, according to the Ministry of Electricity and Energy. The second secretary was admitted to a press conference in Naypyitaw on May 15.
The ministry has announced a reduction of 150 units, but the ministry has announced a reduction of 1,15050 kyats for 150 units. The Auditor General would object if the 150 electricity units were to be withdrawn from the unit. The Ministry has already issued a clear statement. The meters are calculated at unit rates. In this calculation, there may be errors in meter readers. There are several types of meters, he explained, and may be faulty for meter readers.