NEPRA to probe death of woman due to falling of electric transformer


The National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) has constituted a four-member committee to probe the death of a woman and injuries to minor due to falling of electric transformer.

Sources said that Lahore Electric Power Supply Company (LESCO) has sought detailed report of the incident.

The influential officials of the LESCO are busy in veiling the negligence of officers concerned and responsible of this negligence XEN Mustafa Mir Baloch.

The LESCO officials have immediately suspended the SDO Achara Suhail and Line Superintendent and constituted an inquiry committee to probe the matter.

“Mir Mustafa Baloch , XEN, who is the main accused has been head of the Monitoring and Surveillance department of LESCO and conducted many inquiries of officials involved in corruption cases and gave them undue favor and now these corrupt officers are attempting their best to defend him in transformer case”, sources disclosed.

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