12-18 hours load­shed­ding daily in Ra­mazan

Pakistan Observer - - NATIONAL -

SHAFFAAT MA­LIK TA­LA­GANG—With the rise in mer­cury level, the du­ra­tion of load shed­ding has gone up in Tehsil Ta­la­gang and Lawa as 12-18 hours load shed­ding in Ra­mazan man­i­fold mis­eries of lo­cals of area.

On the other hand, gas pres­sure in most res­i­den­tial ar­eas goes down at the tim­ings of If­tar and Sehr caus­ing im­mense prob­lems for the fast­ing peo­ple. De­spite the tall claims to en­sure un­in­ter­rupted power sup­ply dur­ing Ra­mazan, govt to­tally fails to ful­fil its com­mit­ments of zero load­shed­ding at sehr and if­tar tim­ings.

Res­i­dents have shown se­ri­ous con­cerns on care­less at­ti­tude of mem­bers of par­lia­ment to­wards th­ese se­ri­ous pub­lic is­sues. They said it is just un­ac­cept­able that they are en­joy­ing their lives in ex­pen­sive gen­er­a­tors and show­ing no sol­i­dar­ity with us at this time of mis­ery.

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