Load shedding

Ramadan is considered as the most sacred Holy month for Muslims. We exercise this special month with utmost serenity. In Ramadan Government always announce that “No load shedding” will take place during entire month.

They had guaranteed us several times about elimination of load shedding completely from Pakistan but no such miracle happened. Instead they had increased it more and public is facing unannounced load shedding for hours.

Previously it was announced that their will be no load shedding in Ramadan, but few days ago PM said that their will be no load shedding only during sehr and iftar hours.

Prime minister Shahid Khaqan abbasi conducted a meeting with Cabinet committee on energy (CCoe) at PM office. The meeting was held to discuss energy sources, load management plan in summer especially during upcoming month of Ramadan.

Minister for Power Sardar Awais Ahmed Leghari, Adviser on Finance, Revenue and Economic Affairs Miftah Ismail and senior Officials of concerned ministries and departments were present during the meeting, The news.

“Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi on Tuesday directed the Power Division to ensure that all units of power plants remain online for uninterrupted power supply at Sehr and Iftaar, during the forthcoming Ramzan.”

They also talk about bringing certain reforms in power sector, to recover due bills and prevent line losses. PM points out to complete recruitment process also.

Further more, Weather experts have predicted that in month of May various cities of Pakistan receive dry heat waves that can increase temperature by making it more warm outside. By current situation we can conclude that it will get more adverse with electricity shortage.

Mehak Tariq
Mehak Tariq is a Senior Content Writer covering a wide variety of news from the digital world. She is currently studying BS Mass Communication from Bahauddin Zakariya University Lahore Campus. You can reach out to her at mehak@pakistanitech.com

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