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PEC says can help produce electricity at Rs3 per unit

PEC says can help produce electricity at Rs3 per unit

MULTAN: Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC) has offered the government a helping hand to produce cheapest electricity within the present infrastructure and resources with a roadmap to enhance the production of energy in the country.

Speaking at the PEC August 8 election campaign rally organized by the Wapda NTDC Employees Association here, PEC chairman Javed Saleem Qureshi said if the government joins PEC in its policies, even today they can provide electricity @Rs 3 per unit. He said PEC engineers have made a ventilator to counter Corona at a cost of $ 4,000 which was earlier prepared @$70,000. The government can save billions of rupees by including PEC engineers in the China Pakistan Economic Corridor, he said. He said the PEC leadership has provided jobs to 18,000 engineers and today the largest building in Islamabad is ready for the facilities of engineers.

MD Wapda NTDC Engineer Muhammad Ayub said that PEC knows how to protect engineers of the present generation as all engineers support it. This is the only generation of engineers who left assets of Rs 10 billion for PEC and handed over to the new team. Their mission is the welfare of engineers, he said. NTDC GM and candidate for Chairman slot, Rana Abdul Jabbar said that due to the efforts of PEC, today the licenses of the engineers are prepared and delivered at their homes in 30 days.

Speaking on the occasion engineer Tariq Raza Kalro also commended the services of PEC. Candidate for the PEC member slot for Punjab Abdul Rauf Sanghra, Mrs. Umbereen Raman, Engineer Ahmed Ali, Engineer Safdar Ali, Engineer Waleed Elahi, Engineer Atif and others also also spoke on the occasion. The event was attended by MEPCO Engineers led by XEN Muhammad Ali Yasir and thousands of other engineers.