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April 18, 2016

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Hesco launches accountability drive

NAWABSHAH: The superintendent engineer of Hesco took strict action against some officials and staff of the company in Nawabshah, terminating the services of six employees on the charges of corruption.

Superintendent Engineer Farooq Ahmed Afghan told the media that an accountability process had been launched against corrupt elements.  He said that three Line Superintendents, Irfan Jamali, Altaf Soomro and Manzoor Ahmed Channa were sacked after having been proven guiltyof sending wrong bills to the consumers and then extorting money from them. 

He said that two meter readers of Daur, Altaf Hussain Chohan and Aziz Ahmed Brohi, and a Lineman, Ghulam Qadir, were also terminated from service on having been found guilty.  Meanwhile, Executive Engineer Gulzar Ahmed Dasti said that HESCO had acquired the cooperation of NAB and notices had been sent to those consumers who had defaulted above the amount of Rs50,000, requiring them to compulsorily pay the dues within a month.

 

 

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