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No loadshedding in Karachi on Eid: KE

SAMAA | - Posted: May 31, 2019 | Last Updated: 1 year ago
SAMAA |
Posted: May 31, 2019 | Last Updated: 1 year ago
No loadshedding in Karachi on Eid: KE

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The K-Electric announced on Friday that there won’t be any power load-shedding in Karachi during Eid holidays.

The field staff of K-Electric will be working during Eid holidays, a spokesperson for the power company said.

It told people to contact the K-Electric on 118 if there is any fault in their areas.

The federal government had announced Eidul Fitr holidays from June 4 to 7 (Tuesday to Friday).

The holidays were announced by the interior ministry in a notification. Eid is likely to be celebrated in Pakistan on June 5.

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3 Comments

  1. Asad Abbasi  June 1, 2019 8:24 am/ Reply

    Korangi crossing still load sheding light of 2am and now time is 8 am still light off 6 hours completed no one here to help us this politics totally eat our pakistan……. How’s kids will survive in this situation if no light butt this politition people house is cool because no loadsheding they will enjoy imside house with Ac butt how this poor people will enjoy without light because the have only fan inside house ALLAH WILL help them INSHA ALLAH….

  2. Absar Khan  June 3, 2019 1:30 pm/ Reply

    There is no electricity in Abul Hasana Isphani Road area since 5 Pm yesterday. No one is looking at the situation. There is no water at home… No matter what happens, K-Electric is just making false claims and do nothing at all….
    If this Useless organisation is not able to solve the issues then why it has been imposed on Karachi……

  3. Asad  June 5, 2019 9:02 am/ Reply

    Well reading this on eid day during loadshedding from 6am morning. Thankyou kesc. Poora mulk jhoot per chal raha hay.

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