Chief Justice Gulzar Ahmed criticized K-Electric on Monday, saying that its CEO name ought to be set on the restricted travel backlog and murder cases ought to be enlisted against the organization for the deaths that had occurred in Karachi because of electric shock.
The Supreme Court cautioned the power distribution organization of critical outcomes over its horrible performance, which the apex court said caused loss of lives during the ongoing heavy rains in Karachi
Chief justice said that a detailed review of the organization ought to be directed. The chief justice said that K-Electric ought to be prepared to confront each sort of answer-ability by the authorities.
Justice Gulzar stated, “KE should give total details on its performance, and tell what number of wires it has introduced.”
Chief justice worried that the organization had did nothing for Karachi, including that it ought to be fined for creating problems for people through power blackouts.
Chief justice blamed K-Electric for breaking up all earth wires from the city. On the issue of power blackouts, the SC asked NEPRA to pay attention if the power supply in any area of the city, is cut off for even a moment.
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