The scheme was implemented from August 1 and registered people who use less than 200 units of electricity don’t have to pay any electricity bill. n a formal event, Karnataka chief minister Siddaramaiah launched the ‘Gruha Jyoti’ scheme on Saturday at Kalaburagi.
The scheme that provides free electricity of up to 200 units to each household every month was implemented from August 1 and registered people who use less than 200 units of electricity will not have to pay any electricity bill in upcoming months.
In an X post, Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah said, “The GruhaJyoti Yojana is launched in Kalaburagi, which will provide free electricity facility up to 200 units per month to all eligible household consumers of the country.” The national president of Congress, Mallikarjun Kharge also attended the event. Gruha Jyoti is Congress’ one of the five poll promises during the Karnataka assembly elections.