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LESCO Chief directs smooth power supply to Majalis.

LAHORE -- Chief Executive Lahore Electric Supply Company (LESCO) Muhammad Saleem has directed the concerned Superintending and Executive Engineers to ensure smooth power supply at all places of procession and Majalis.

He said that all concerned SEs, Xens and SDOs had already been directed to personally visit such areas and ensure uninterrupted power supply to avert any untoward incident.

He said necessary repair,maintenance and augmentation work if technically required must be carried out on war-footing.He said that trained technical line staff must be deployed on special duty to restore supply in the affected areas in case of any breakdown.

Mobile mounted transformer trollies must also be installed and connected with main high and low transmission lines in all sensitive areas for smooth flow of power supply during the holy month of Muharram especially during 9th and 10th of Ashura.

Muhammad Saleem said that he will personally visit these areas to check their readiness to meet any eventuality arising out of power break down.He said strict action will be taken against concerned SDOs and Xens in case of any major power failure in their areas during the month of Muharram.

He said that telephone number of all complaint offices and mobile telephone numbers of all SEs,Xens and SDOs must be operational so that consumers could contact them for redressal of their genuine grievances.He said entire concerned line staff including all officers should be on duty during 9th and 10th of Muharram.
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Publication:Balochistan Times (Baluchistan Province, Pakistan)
Date:Nov 24, 2012
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