Jyotiraditya Madhavrao Scindia - Quotes

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To avoid a blackout, electricity generating companies must lower generation in line with low demand. ---->>>

In an election, there are no kings. ---->>>

I believe that it is important to have faith in a cosmic, universal power and identify the reasons for one's existence. ---->>>

Long-term power purchase agreements are very important from an Indian perspective, not only in terms of supplying regular power across the country, but also for efficacy of the transmission network. ---->>>

I'm an unambitious politician. ---->>>

My father - the late Madhavrao Scindia - was clear about the distinction between being 'loving' and 'strict.' ---->>>

The family name hasn't fostered my prospects - ever. ---->>>

The word 'commercial' implies a notion of profit. ---->>>

Electricity transmission operates on a frequency between 49.7 Hertz and 50.2 Hertz. What I have done is petitioned the Central Electricity Regulatory Commission and squeezed this band to now 49.9 Hertz to 50.1 Hertz. This will contain volatility. ---->>>

I had barely turned 12 when my parents packed me off to Doon School. I was transported to a world of confusion with 600 other kids, no home-cooked food, no made-to-order clothes. It was a shock, but I adjusted. ---->>>

Biography

Jyotiraditya Madhavrao Scindia profile (jyotiraditya-madhavrao-sc.jpg)
Nationality: Indian
Born: 01-01, 1971
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Occupation: Politician

Maharaja Jyotiraditya Madhavrao Scindia (born 1 January 1971 in Mumbai, Maharashtra) is an Indian politician. He is a titular Maharaja of Gwalior and was a Member of Parliament, representing the Guna constituency in the state of Madhya Pradesh and a member of the Indian National Congress party. He was the 'Minister of State with independent charge' (i (wikipedia)