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Nepra hearing of K-Electric’s plea for hike in power tariff on June 14

June 7, 2022 02:20 PM


The people of Karachi should now again brace for a hike in electricity prices as the Karachi Electric (KE) has requested the NEPRA for Rs4.86 per unit increase under the monthly fuel adjustment, reported 24NewsHD TV channel on Tuesday. 

NEPRA will take up the petition for hearing on June 14, 2022. 

The request has come at a time when the entire country, including Karachi, is experiencing prolonged power outages.

There are reports that in Karachi the duration of loadshedding has even reached 15 hours.     



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