Ra­mazan load-shed­ding

Pakistan Observer - - OPINION - UMAIR MUHAM­MAD

Load shed­ding in the holy month of Ra­mazan has be­come a big prob­lem for peo­ple while hav­ing sehr and if­tar. Peo­ples of Orangi town ex­pe­ri­ences more then 12-hour of load shed­ding. It is mak­ing Ra­mazan un­bear­able for most of the peo­ple.

Women face worst con­di­tion dur­ing prepa­ra­tion of food for if­tar and sehr. Load shed­ding has plunged peo­ple into dark­ness cre­at­ing prob­lems for the peo­ple in this holy month. Although Sec­re­tary Power Muham­mad Younas Daga an­nounced an av­er­age of 6-hour of load shed­ding in ur­ban ar­eas but on the ground sit­u­a­tion is to­tally dif­fer­ent.

It is my ap­peal to the K-Elec­tric au­thor­i­ties to re­lieve peo­ple from this tor­ture and to look into the mat­ter se­ri­ously. A se­ri­ous step in the right di­rec­tion will be highly ap­pre­ci­ated. — Karachi

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