Delhi The electricity bill subsidy in Delhi would henceforth be optional, according to Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal. Delhi residents will have to decide whether or not they wish to use the subsidy to receive free power up to 200 units per month and a 50% subsidy for up to 400 units. Residents who wish to continue receiving benefits must apply for the new voluntary subsidy programme that has been announced. On September 30, 2022, applications for the optional subsidy must be submitted.
It’s vital to remember that in order to receive the subsidy if you are renting a place to live, you must advise the landlord of your desire to do so. This is due to the requirement for the registered mobile number connected to the BSES website when applying for the subsidy.
“Some people don’t want to get free electricity. Now only those people in Delhi will get an electricity subsidy who will apply for it. You can start applying from today,” he said.
A WhatsApp account and access to the registered cellphone number are requirements for government subsidies for Delhi electricity bills.
The applicant must have access to WhatsApp and the registered cellphone number in order to receive government subsidies for Delhi electricity bills.
Include this number as a contact on WhatsApp: 7011311111.
On WhatsApp, say “hi” to 7011311111
Send a missed call to 7011311111.
Scan the QR code on the subsidy form that is connected to the most recent bill from BSES.
Click the SMS link that was sent to your BSES-registered mobile number.
Following this, you will see a notification on your electricity bill verifying that the subsidy is in effect.
After completing this, you will see a notification on your electricity bill verifying that the subsidy is in effect.