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Unscheduled load shedding hike in Punjab

Pakistan News: Unscheduled load shedding reach 18 hours in across Pakistan, students, patients and workers are facing problems, E Pakistan News Reported.

 Unscheduled load shedding in Punjab

Heavy power cuts reached 18 hours in different cities of Pakistan including, Lahore, Faisalabad, Sargodha Sialkot, Jhang, Khanewal, Sialkot and Gujranwala.

Protest against load shedding citizens come on the road and protest against load shedding. Protesters burnt the tires on the road they blocked the main roads.

Police try to stop the protest they batten charge on the protesters but protesters continue their strike.

A student told by phone that they have facing problems in the villages area where the major facilities like UPS and generator are not available in there school and colleges.

Weather is still going hot across Punjab.

People said the government also increased the tariff of electricity but don’t complete the electricity.

Businessmen community also criticize against government that now the dam is full of water so why the electricity is not complete in the country.

They said they have much loss in their business due to shortage of the electricity. The petrol prices also hiked recently each time generator is not possible for their work.

People of the country are requesting to the Government of Pakistan that they make a proper scheduled for load shedding and also make equally power cuts in across country.

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