Karachi Mayor Calls For Protest Against Load-Shedding [AbbTakk] 17 Apr, 2018

Karachi Mayor Calls For Protest Against Load-SheddingKarachi (April 17, 2018): The Mayor of Karachi on Tuesday called for a protest against the city’s primary power-supplying company, urging citizens to join in to voice their displeasure with the persistent load-shedding.Mayor Waseem Akhtar said the demonstration against K-Electric will take place on Wednesday outside the power utility’s head office, with Karachiites encouraged to protest unannounced power cuts.“Citizens [of Karachi] faces inconveniences due to the continuous load-shedding,” he said. Akhtar added that municipal representatives of the metropolis are also set to participate in the protest.Related News:NEPRA To Investigate Load-shedding in KarachiKarachiites Suffer Prolonged Load-Shedding abbtakk Abbtakk english Abbtakk News Abbtakk Pakistan Karachi Load shedding Waseem Akhtar

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