KE acts against defaulters; over 30,000 connections disconnected

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In its efforts to avoid wastage of electricity, KE has disconnected 30,000 connections in the last one week across Karachi due to non-payment of bills.  According to KE’s Spokesperson, “non-payment of bills contributes significantly to the losses in an area increase and creates hindrances for the consumers making regular payments.

We humbly request our consumers to ensure timely payment of bills to ensure efficient power supply to the city.”

Speaking about the city’s power supply situation, KE’s spokesperson said that over the last 24 hours average supply to KE’s service territory was 2,950 MW electricity which included 1050MW from the National Grid.

 

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