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    Karachi Electricity Supply Company increases timing of loadshedding amid rising mercury levels

    May 9, 2022 - India Blooms


      Karachi, Pakistan, May 9 -- The Karachi Electric Supply Company (KE) in Pakistan has decided to extend the timing of load shedding in the Pakistani city amid rising mercury levels, media reports said on Monday.

      KE has increased loadshedding in different parts of the metropolis, saying that the shortfall has reached 300 to 400 mws, reports ARY News.

      The duration of power load-shedding in high-loss areas has been increased up to 12 hours, while the areas exempted from load-shedding were also experiencing power outages, the Pakistani newspaper reported.

      The powercut trouble is being reported in different regions of the city which include Baldia, Taiser Town, Manghopir, Surani, Malir City, Lines Area, Liaquatabad, Ittihad Town, Mianwali Colony, Qasba Colony, Abu Al Hassan Isphani road, Gulzar Hijri Scheme 33, Korangi, Landhi, among others. Published by HT Digital Content Services with permission from India Blooms. For any query with respect to this article or any other content requirement, please contact Editor at


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