SHC adjourns hearing on unannounced power outages till Dec 12

KARACHI: The Sindh Excessive Court docket (SHC) on Wednesday adjourned listening to of a contempt of court docket plea towards the Okay-Electrical and the Nationwide Electrical Energy Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) over unannounced energy outages in Karachi.

A SHC bench ordered all events of the case to make sure their presence within the subsequent listening to and adjourned the case until December 12, as a result of absence of the counsel of Nepra.

The petitioner’s counsel Faisal Siddiqui mentioned within the court docket that in each listening to somebody discovered absent inflicting adjournment of the case. The counsel argued that the case is worried with the issue confronted by the complete metropolis and added that the enforcement of the court docket’s earlier order will resolve the 50 p.c of the issue.

Petitioner Karamat Ali, pleaded to the court docket that the court docket’s Could 22, 2018 order being subjected to violation. The court docket had ordered the regulator to take motion towards the ability utility Okay-Electrical.

The petition sought contempt of the court docket proceedings towards the Okay-Electrical and others for non compliance of the court docket order.

The petition mentioned that in the course of the heatwave within the metropolis a whole bunch of residents had been died as a consequence of energy load shedding. The facility utility was nonetheless finishing up unannounced load shedding, which is the same as contempt of the court docket, the petition mentioned.

The petition sought contempt proceedings towards the ability utility and the regulatory authority.



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