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CDA discusses modalities for energy conservation.

Islamabad -- A meeting to discuss various modalities for conservation of energy in the city was held on Friday at Capital Development Authority (CDA) Headquarters. Chairman Maroof Afzal chaired the meeting.

It was attended by Chief Commissioner Islamabad, representatives of Islamabad Police, IESCO, office bearers of Islamabad Chamber (ICCI) of Commerce and Industry, representatives of various traders organizations and Jamiat-al-Quraish.

Different modalities for the conservation of energy were discussed during the meeting. The representatives of ICCI and trade association extended their full cooperation voluntarily for energy conservation and assured that they would fully cooperate in this matter as it is national cause.

They said that they would do their utmost in conserving energy. They agreed to the closure of markets at a mutually agreed time to enable the government to overcome energy crises.

The office bearers agreed to close the markets at such mutually agreed timings which would not hamper the shopkeepers or traders as well as to the consumers / purchasers.

They demanded that unscheduled load shedding should be ended so that the traders could do their business without any difficulty. They said that they would fully cooperate with the government and assured to save the targeted mega watts of electricity at any co=st on voluntary basis.
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Publication:The Frontier Star (Northwest Frontier Province, Pakistan)
Date:May 3, 2014
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