The Prime Minister has indirectly suggested that the authorities will never let us forget that we are living in a "stone age". Earlier it was said that the holy month of Ramzan will be free of tax.
Govt claims that there will be no tax during Ramzan
Now that several days have passed, Prime Minister Abbasi has announced that no load-shedding will take place on Sehr and Iftar only time
Minister of Power Sardar Awais Ahmed Leghari, consultant for finance, revenue and economic affairs Miftah Ismail and other officials attended the meeting announcing the decision of "no" load-shedding.
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The director further directed Electricity distribution companies to draw up plans to collect the due bills and avoid line losses. van Energie commission to also complete their recruitment processes.
The month Ramzan will start in May. Climate experts have predicted that some of Pakistan's major cities will be hit by a severe heat wave. No electricity, moreover, will certainly make life easier for citizens.
The summer season has just started and many parts of the country are without electricity for 4-6 hours a day. As things stand, the situation will only get worse as the demand for electricity increases.
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