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December 2, 2019

Rs423m recovered from 38,809 defaulters in four months

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December 2, 2019

MULTAN: The Multan Electric Power Company (Mepco) recovered Rs 423.4 million from 38,809 defaulters during the last four months of current fiscal year 2019-20.

According to Mepco spokesman, the grand operation against defaulters was continued with a brisk pace.

He said that in line with special directions of Mepco Chief Executive Officer Engineer Tahir Mahmood, the divisional and circle teams were conducting raids against defaulters.

From July to October 2019, the teams recovered Rs 74.3 million from 6,752 defaulters in Multan circle, Rs 94.9 million from 4,610 in DG Khan, Rs 19.4 million from 1,195 defaulters in Vehari, Rs 48.1 million from 6,545 in Bahawalpur, Rs 24.6 million from 2,056 chronic defaulters in Sahiwal, Rs 36.1 million from 3,280 defaulters in Rahimyar Khan.

Similarly, Rs 87.2 million was recovered from 4,459 defaulters in Muzaffargarh, Rs 15.1 million from 1431 defaulters in Bahawalnagar circle and over Rs 23.3 million were recovered from 8,481 defaulters in Khanewal circle.

The CEO had directed the superintending engineers of all operation circles for crackdown on defaulters and disconnected the electricity connections of them without any discrimination.

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