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Prime Minister’s directive not to carry out load shedding in areas where electricity bills are paid

In grid stations where the bill collection ratio is low, modern technology should be used to ensure uninterrupted power supply to the billed customers. Meeting chaired by Prime Minister Imran Khan

Ocean News (Islamabad) Prime Minister Imran Khan has directed not to carry out load shedding in the areas where electricity bills are being paid. Ensuring uninterrupted power supply to consumers.

According to details, a meeting of the Council of Common Interests was held under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Imran Khan. The meeting was attended by Federal Ministers, Chief Ministers, and senior officials. This plan is done for ten years, necessary changes are made in the strategy as per the requirements, the purpose of the plan is to provide affordable electricity to the consumers.

Detailed consultations were also held with all the provinces and the government of Azad Jammu and Kashmir. Prime Minister Imran Khan has directed not to carry out load shedding in the areas where electricity bills are being paid. The ratio is low. Use modern technology to ensure an uninterrupted power supply to the paying customers.

On the other hand, the Council of Common Interests has approved a plan to generate cheap electricity in the future. Federal Minister for Energy Hamad Azhar said in his tweet that in the future, cheap electricity will be generated on a competitive basis. Expensive power generation will come to an end after the approval of the long-term plan. He said that more capacity and non-transparent awarding of contracts would be eliminated.

If such plans had been made in the past, revolving loans and other problems could have been avoided. Hamad Azhar said the Council of Common Interests had approved a long-term plan for power generation. This plan was pending since 2005. Under this plan, long consultations have been held with the provinces regarding the plan to generate electricity by looking at the projection of demand and supply in the future.

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