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Ali Amin Gandapur and Pesco bosses agree to issue load shedding schedule

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Web Desk: Chief Minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Ali Amin Ganda met Chief Pesco along with his officials. Therefore, it was agreed to issue a new burden elimination schedule in the province.
According to details, the Pesco chief along with concerned officials reached the Chief Minister’s House on the schedule of Chief Minister Ali Amin Gandapur to release the schedule to the central government to reduce the burden on the prolonged electricity supply in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
The Chief Minister received a briefing on reducing the electricity supply in the province. It was attended by the Chief Secretary, Police IG, Peshawar Commissioner and other officials. Related parties also participated in this occasion.
During the meeting, it was agreed to issue a new load shedding schedule for the province. According to the new schedule, the burden of 22 hours is reduced to 18 hours and the burden of 18 hours is reduced to 14 hours.
The Chief Minister directed PESCO officials to sit down with the Chief Secretary of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to prepare a mechanism today to implement the new schedule. The new schedule of load shedding should be sent to the Deputy Commissioners and DPOs of all districts so that they can follow it. .
Ali Amin Gandapur said that if the load shedding exceeds the time specified in the schedule by even one minute. An FIR should also be registered against the concerned Pesco operator.
He said he is ready to talk with the federal government to resolve electricity-related issues. But this cannot be done until the people of the province receive immediate relief in reducing the burden.
The Chief Minister said that the Provincial Administrative Organization wanted to provide relief to the people by deducting outstanding payments.
Ali Amin Gandapur said that although the unit price of electricity has increased from Rs.16 to Rs.65, people are not getting electricity and the transmission system is not being repaired. The federal government is responsible for the loss of power lines in and punish the people of that province in any case
The Chief Minister said the provincial government is ready to support the federal government related to recovery and quantification. and has invited the federal energy minister to the CM House the day after tomorrow to take up further matters related to electricity.

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