NEPRA take notice of power outages, loss of lives in Karachi

National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) has taken serious notice of media reports regarding power outages and loss of human lives due to electrocution in Karachi.

“It is disturbing to note that the Karachi Electric (KE) complaint centres are not responding to telephonic calls of consumers,” NEPRA said in a statement. “Therefore, NEPRA has directed KE to submit a report about the failure of its pre-emptive measures as the rain was expected.”

NEPRA has also directed KE to take remedial measures for restoration of power supply at the earliest.


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