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Development Commissioner Amit Khare today announced that the government will give cash back facility to those online electricity bill payment. Khare said the facility will kick off after the approval of Jharkhand State Electricity Regulatory Commission, to promote digital payment, officials said. Khare, who is also the additional chief secretary, said consumers will get one per cent or maximum Rs 50 cash back by the Jharkhand Electricity Distribution Corporation Limited for domestic, commercial, small industries and farming connection for payment through digital mode - card, online, net banking and mobile banking, the officials said. At least 25 lakh consumers will benefit from this step, he said.
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