KARACHI: K-Electric and the Sindh government Friday agreed to collaborate to address power supply and load shedding issues in Karachi.

A high-level meeting between CEO Moonis Alvi and Energy Minister Nasir Hussain Shah resulted in the formation of a joint committee to tackle public grievances, ensure timely bill payments, and develop strategies to minimise load shedding and ensure an uninterrupted power supply.

The CEO of K-Electric reiterated the company’s commitment to supporting Karachi’s residents during the heatwave, saying that uninterrupted power supply relies on prompt bill payments.

Sindh PA assails relentless power load-shedding across province

Energy Minister Nasir Hussain Shah assured his support in settling the Sindh government’s outstanding debt of over Rs9 billion.

Mirza Ikhtiar Baig suggested a joint strategy to prevent electricity theft and ensure timely payments.

Copyright Business Recorder, 2024


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Ch K A Nye May 26, 2024 07:57pm
Stop utility theft. Ensure that all government entities pay their bills. Do away with all the freebies being given to ANY entity.
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