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Protest Against LoadShedding in Pakistan

Latest Pakistan News / Punjab News – Due to the bad conditions of the Load Shedding in Punjab Province people are ready to come out on streets and protest against this type of Prolonged loadshedding, E Pakistan News reported.

Protest Against LoadShedding in Pakistan
The electricity shortfall has increased to 6500MW forcing power shutdown in many cities.
In Lahore People burnt tyres on the road during a demonstration against electricity loadshedding while the defiant traders blocked the main Mall Road.


In Gujranwala residents after losing temper came out on streets burnt tyres and disrupted traffic on main GT Road. The police resorted to aerial firing and hurled teargas shells to disperse them while the agitators pelted stones.


In Faisalabad People  protested in a unique style while dancing on the drumbeats they burnt tyres and blocked the traffic.
In Sargodha People protested while burnt tyres and raising slogans against LoadShedding and Administrations.
While many Social workers told to E Pakistan News that the main purpose of these protests are to get the rights of people who are suffering from bad conditions of their business due to laodshedding.
Social Worker also tell to E Pakistan News that if these conditions will still going on, Poverty will be the fate of the peoples. In Such type of condition no any Political leader taking actions against this load shedding.
Board Class students also complained that their papers are suffering due to loadshedding and they are mentaly distrubed.

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