CJ takes notice of loadshedding in FATA

Chief justice to hear the case along with the ongoing energy crisis case.


Web Desk July 22, 2013
CJ Iftikhar Chaudhry. PHOTO: FILE

ISLAMABAD: Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry took notice of the load shedding crisis in Fata, which has reportedly gone up to 22 hours, Express News reported on Monday.

The chief justice will hear the case along with the ongoing energy crisis case on the request of Fata Senator Hilalur Rehman.

Load-shedding is a problem for the entire country and protests sprout in different regions on a daily basis.

Residents of Peshawar and adjacent areas have demanded the provincial government to take action against Wapda for carrying out load-shedding during Iftar, Sehri and Taraweeh timings despite the government’s orders to not do so.

 

COMMENTS (17)

patriot | 7 years ago | Reply

Maybe time has come for my PROUD PAKHTOON brothers to start buying things they use, instead of stealing them.

Awais | 7 years ago | Reply

@Zaigham, actually yes, PESCO also is a federal entity.

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