Tag Archives: Electricity

Tump: Electricity Supply Disconnected For Last 10 Days

Shoaib Durrazai Turbat – Electricity Supply to Tump Tehsil of district Kech remains disconnected for last 10 days. A fault was developed in Grid station of Tump 10 days ago which resulted in suspension of electricity to Temp Tehsil. Quetta electricity Supply Company (QESCO) management has completely ignored the electricity fault at Tump grid station. In protest people of Tump ...

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No Electricity In Turbat For 43 Hours

Source: Pakistan Today

Sami Parvez Turbat – People of Turbat suffered 43 hours continuous electricity supply suspension from Saturday to Monday. Sources privy to the matter told The Balochistan Point that electricity of Turbat was disconnected by people of Tump Tehsil of district Kech. Electricity transformer of Tump was out of order from last few days and Quetta Electricity Supply Company (QESCO) didn’t ...

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18 Hours Load Shedding In Home Town Of CM Balochistan

Source: Pakistan Today

Shoaib Durrazai Turbat – Turbat, the home town of Chief Minister (CM) of Balochistan Dr. Malik Baloch is facing 18 hours of electricity load shedding a day. Temperature of Turbat was recorded 45 °C on Tuesday and electricity load shedding caused huge inconvenience for people. Electricity load shedding has resulted in shortage of drinking water, business activity has been badly ...

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Awaran: Earthquake Victims Getting 1 Hour Electricity In Day

Quetta – Earthquake victims of Awaran district are getting one hour of electricity per day, learnt The Balochistan Point. Reconstruction of homes of Earthquake victims in Awaran has completely ceased due to electricity load shedding. Reduction in supply of electricity is due to the shortage of fuel in Quetta Electricity Supply Company (QESCO) power house in Awaran. Chief Secretary Balochistan, ...

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Lack Of Fuel: 8 Mini-Power Houses Shut Down In Balochistan

Quetta – 8 mini-power houses run by Quetta Electricity Supply Company (QESCO) in Balochistan were shut down due to lack of fuel, on Saturday. Electricity supply to 8 towns was completely suspended due to shutting down of mini-power houses. QESCO uses mini-power houses to generate electricity for 9 towns of Balochistan that are not connected to national electric grid. Mini ...

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Balochistan: Electricity Supply Further Reduced By 200 MW

Source: Pakistan Today

Quetta – According to Quetta electricity Supply Company (QESCO) Electricity supply of Balochistan from national Electricity Grid has been further reduced from 600 Megawatt (MW) to 400 MW on Sunday. This decision is believed to exacerbate the living conditions of people of Balochistan who are already suffering long hours of Load shedding. This decision has been made by Ministry of ...

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No Electricity In Nokundi For Last 10 Days

Nokundi – According to the correspondent of The Balochistan Point, there is no electricity in Nokundi town of district Chagai for last 10 days. Official reason for non-supply of electricity to Nokundi is a break down in the electricity generation system of Quetta Electricity Supply Company (QESCO). However, sources in QESCO have revealed, on condition of anonymity, that the reason ...

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Editorial: Discrimination Against Balochistan In Electricity Supply Should Be Stopped

On Monday, Farmers of Balochistan blocked all major roads in protest against electricity load shedding. According to their claim, they have lost Rs. 147 billion in agriculture products due to 23 hours of daily load shedding. Balochistan is the biggest victim of electricity load shedding and this fact is not very well known in rest of Pakistan. Both Federal government ...

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Balochistan Wide Strike By Farmers To Protest Load Shedding

Quetta – Highways in all over Balochistan were blocked by Zamindar Action committee (ZAC) to protest long hours of electricity load shedding, on Monday. ZAC is a union of farmers and growers in Balochistan and it had given a call to block all major roads of Balochistan to record its protests against federal government for long hours of load shedding ...

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