Thursday, August 18, 2022

Inflation-stricken people were once again hit by power outages, an increase of Rs 55 per unit

The price of electricity has been increased by Rs 55 paise per unit, which will impose an additional burden of Rs 39 billion on the people.

NEPRA has issued a notification to increase the price of electricity, according to which electricity has been made more expensive by Rs. 55 paise per unit.

According to the notification, the increase will be effective from July 1, 2022 and the increase in rates will impose an additional burden of Rs 39 billion on the people.

The National Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) has said in its notification that additional collection from power consumers will be made for 3 months, not applicable to Lifeline and K Electric consumers.

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