To pay tribute to world squash champions…
Peshawar—To pay tribute to the people of historical Nawa Khali village that produced seven world champions in squash, a new and special feeder inaugurated in a ceremony held at Kohat Road Grid Station on Saturday.
Chief Executive PESCO Anwar-Ul-Haq Yousafzai was the chief guest on this occasion who formally inaugurated the feeder-II (Nawa Khali). former World Champion and Members Board of Director PESCO Qamar Zaman, Project Director (PD) Iqbal Khan, XEN Construction Fawad Khan, Nazim Nawa Khali Sajjad Khan, Nazim Nodia Payan Imtiaz Khan, Leaders PML N Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Sarafat Ali Mubarak, Arshad Qurashi, Haji Saifat, Director PESCO Khurshid Orakzai and a good numbers of people from different walk of life were also present on this occasion.
Speaking on this occasion, PESCO Chief Executive appreciated all the work force behind the completion of the project in a record time. He said with the Feeder-II that cost Rs. 10 million would benefit more 10,000 families of the Nawa Khali, a village whose players achieved great name for the country in the world of squash.
The name of the village Nawa Khali was also enlisted in the Guinness Book because of its unmatchable distinction in the world, PESCO chief added. He said the total transmission line of 11000 KV is of 5 kilometers long from Kohat Grid Station to Nawa Khali with 50 polls and each with a height of 45 feet high has been installed in order to ensure interrupted electricity to habitants of Nawa Khali.
He said, we have taken strict action against those using Kunda and that is why there is zero load shedding in Peshawar, Haripur, Abbottabad, Mardan and some of other districts of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
‘If people would extend cooperation to us against Kunda Mafia and also pay their bills timely, I will rest assure you that there would be no load shedding even before 2018 as promised by Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif that there will be no load shedding after 2018,’ PESCO Chief added.
There is more than 100 feeders where there is zero load shedding out of 300 feeders.—APP