Bahria Town Electricity Suspended By IESCO For Not Paying Rs 600 Million Dues
Islamabad Electric Supply Company (Iesco) has decided to suspend power of Bahria Town for like 6 hours every day as the housing society has neglected to dispense Rs 608 million in regard of power bills.
Then again, the long and unannounced stacking of heaps in Rawalpindi has made the existences of inhabitants miserable because of the scorching heat.
With respect to suspension of power supply to Bahria Town, an IESCO articulation said the load management timing on Tuesday (June 29) went from 3pm to 5pm and from 8pm to 10pm.
From June 30 (today) onwards, there will be load shedding for six hours every day once in a while – from 10 a.m. to early afternoon, 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. also, 8 p.m. to 10 p.m.
An IESCO official, be that as it may, said that Bahria town would be supplied with electricity fully when its management clears the dues.
When an official of Bahria town was contacted in this regard, he uncovered his obliviousness of the matter and vowed to reach out when he get information about it.
Amidst a heat wave where the maximum temperature is over 42 degrees Celsius, citizens experience a six-to eight-hour blackout in different pieces of the tactical city.
Because of the load shedding, water shortage in numerous areas of the waterways and metropolitan regions has added to the issues of inhabitants.
Meteorologists anticipated that the current conditions in the north and south of the Punjab and different areas of the nation would proceed inside the following 24 hours.
In any case, they foresee little rain in some coastal regions in the coming days. They said the temperature would rise slowly throughout the following two days.
Minor traffic is seen on all significant city roads and transport stops are regularly unfilled because of the blistering climate. Business movement was additionally low in the significant business sectors and markets as individuals liked to remain inside to stay away from the searing warmth.
Numerous individuals have been hospitalized in the wake of falling oblivious because of a stroke.
Doctors have encouraged individuals to stay away from sun exposure and to stay hydrated, drink a lot of water or pungent Lassi to forestall dryness because of extreme perspiring.
They additionally prompt ranchers, laborers and pariahs to begin and complete their work toward the beginning of the day quickly.