KARACHI: The power supply to the busiest government clinic of Karachi, Jinnah Hospital, has been detached since Saturday night, ARY News wrote about Sunday.
The official chief of Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Center (JPMC), Dr Seemi Jamali, said that the Jinnah Hospital was running on its own power through generator because of the suspension of power supplies since yesterday’s night.
She communicated resentment regarding the administration of the sole power provider of the city, K-Electric (KE), for not evacuating the ‘specialized deficiency’. She said that the patients admitted to various wards were confronting serious troubles because of power blackout at the clinic.
The tragedies of Karachiites have not finished at this point as the unannounced and unscheduled burden shedding was proceeded in numerous regions of Karachi for the entire day on Sunday.
The unannounced power blackout was accounted for in North Nazimabad, A-Block Hasrat Mohani, Asghar Ali Shah Stadium, Paharganj, D’Silva Town, Paposh Nagar and different regions of the city.
The inhabitants of various territories whined turning around two-hour long power blackout after consistently toward the end of the week which additionally caused water emergency.
Then again, the K-Electric representative asserted prior in the day that the power supplies were proceeded in every aspect of Karachi. The representative said that the organization censured the media reports with respect to the event of unannounced burden shedding.
Just those territories named for power robbery were confronting load shedding in agreement to the National Power Policy, included the representative.
Prior on Saturday, Governor Sindh Imran Ismail and Federal Minister for Planning Asad Umar had declared that no unannounced burden shedding will occur in Karachi from Sunday.
Conversing with media in the wake of holding a gathering with agents of K-Electric at Governor House, the Sindh senator had said that fruitful talks were held with all partners of Karachi including electric supply organization the executives and it was concluded that unannounced burden shedding will end in Karachi by tomorrow (Sunday).
The Sindh senator had said that he will himself raise the overbilling issue with National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) and a review will be led on overbilling matter.