Raja Pervaiz Ashraf pleas for energy conservation

Express April 11, 2010

ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for water and power Raja Pervaiz Ashraf has appealed to the people to consciously decrease power usage and save energy.

The minister said new projects will be active within nearly one and a half months. He said the IRSA and the meteorological department have informed of an improved water situation soon.

Ashraf said the government is trying to control unscheduled power cuts, and costs, promising the situation will improve in four to six weeks.

The minister also declared strict action against WAPDA employees if found guilty of power theft. Ashraf was speaking to the media after visiting the National Power Control Center in Islamabad.


khan | 14 years ago | Reply this man does not know any thing , he is completely non technical person.his own people are making him fool . he should have resigned if he can not control the situation. Worse minister ever produced by PPP.
Ali | 14 years ago | Reply Well just one thing.... WHY THE HELLL ARE THESE PPL NOT UTILIZING THAR COAL .... IT IS A HUGE ENERGY RESOURCE ....
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