2500 customers served at KE’s facilitation camp

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Staff Reporter

Karachi

K-Electric (KE) recently organised a Customer Facilitation Camp in Babar Market area of Landhi, where residents could conveniently apply for New Connections, redress their complaints and avail payment solutions.
In addition to this, an awareness session was also held where the safety hazards of power-theft through illegal kundas were highlighted and residents received free medical treatment at a health camp organized in collaboration with Layton Rehmatullah Benevolent Trust. To promote energy conservation, LED bulbs, which consume 60% less electricity than conventional lightbulbs, were also distributed among the visitors. Over 2500 area residents visited the Camp where they were facilitated by the KE staff and over 350 patients were treated at the medical camps.
Speaking at the occasion, K-Electric’s Chief Executive Officer, Moonis Alvi, talked about the power utility’s efforts to combat theft as a means to safe and reliable power supply for communities. “Through technological upgrades like the theft-resistant Aerial Bundled Cables and a collaborative approach with communities, we have successfully exempted over 70% of Karachi from load-shed. We are committed to serving this city and investing in its growth and prosperity; our presence in Landhi today is a testament of our efforts to get closer to customers by serving them at their doorsteps.”

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