Sanghar Cadet College to get 100MW power plant

Marri assures of cooperation of the Sindh government to enhance the capacity to 400MW

Our Correspondent January 23, 2023
Nepra chairman declared that their major task was to provide reliable energy to the consumers, who had the fundamental right to electricity consumption. PHOTO: file


Students, faculty and staff of Cadet College Sanghar cheered on the news of a 100MW power plant which will make them free from the torture of power outages in searing summers.

Federal Minister for Poverty Alleviation and Social Safety Shazia Marri after performing the groundbreaking of 100MW power plant of the college, assured of cooperation of the Sindh government to enhance the capacity to 400MW.

Marri said that the Sindh government has been striving hard to provide quality education to the future generation of the province.

Speaking at the 26th annual parents' day of the Cadet College Sanghar, she said that the provincial government has also been engaged in establishing quality education institutions in far-flung areas of the province including Achro Thar.

"Sincere efforts are also being made to improve the living standard of the poor people by providing all basic facilities including electricity and safe drinking water," Marri said.

She also congratulated the cadets for their outstanding performance in curricular and extracurricular activities and hoped that after passing out from college, they will play a pivotal role in the development of the country.

On the occasion, Principal Commandant Zeshan Ali highlighted the educational performance of the cadets as well as the problems being faced by the college management.

Later, the minister distributed trophies and shields to the winners for showing outstanding performance in the curricular and extracurricular activities.

Published in The Express Tribune, January 23rd, 2023.


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