Has power tariff been jacked up by Rs1.65/unit?
ISLAMABAD: The Ministry of Energy and Power on Friday inside and out invalidated reports of Rs1.65 per unit climb in power duty, revealed ARY News.
A representative for the service said there is no reality in media reports about force tax climb.
Neither have power costs been raised nor is there any proposal right now, said.
Reports about Rs1.65 climb in power tax are unjustifiable, the representative explained.
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Prior, on Feb 20, Prime Minister Imran Khan had requested freezing the gas and power taxes and looked for the most ideal alternatives to diminish the weight of different additional charges in gas and power bills.
He led a government bureau meeting during which significant choices were made.
“We are very much aware of issues being looked by the nationals and the individuals will get help after the administration’s choices. Neither the paces of gas will be expanded nor power costs and charges will be climbed,” PM Khan had said.
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The chief guided bureau individuals to make further strides on a crisis premise to control swelling.
The organization of the state-claimed utility stores has been guided for making powerful strides to void the lack of fundamental items.