The chairperson of NEPRA made the announcement that an investigation would be conducted for learning about the causes of the unannounced power outages in Karachi.
Tauseef Farooqui has directed all that the causes behind the unannounced power outages should be brought to light and presented to the public.
Residents of many areas of the city launched complaints about the long hours of load shedding that exceed up to 12 hours. On the other hand, KE has placed all the blame on the surged load shedding hours on the shortage of furnace oil.
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Furthermore, a surge of Rs.1.60 per-unit price of the electricity has also been suggested by the power distributing firm, which was rejected by NEPRA.
As per the chairperson of NEPRA, the cabinet has taken the decision not to surge the price of the electricity until the 30th of June. The same requests from other electric firms have also been rejected by the authority.
Further decisions about the matter would be taken after the 30th of June, as per the chairperson.