KARACHI: Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Karachi Electric Supply Corporation (KESC) Tabish Gohar said that the utility is well aware of problems faced by the common consumer. Addressing a press conference, he said that conflicts should be settled in courts and not streets.
He said that certain conspiracy-backed elements are involved in sabotaging the image of KESC. Gohar said that the KESC is awaiting supply of gas to overcome the shortfall.
He promised that the KESC will provide job security to its employees. It may be mentioned that the country is currently facing a electricity shortfall of more than 4500 megawatts with no signs of ending the 8-12 hours of power outages being faced by consumers daily. – brecorder