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    Massive load-shedding grips despite hot weather in Pakistan


    June 29, 2022 - Frontier Star

     

      Amid sizzling hot weather, Power outages have severely hit Pakistan as Pakistanis have been suffering up to 14 hours of power load-shedding.

      All urban centers, such as Karachi, Hyderabad, Rawalpindi, Lahore, Faisalabad, and Sialkot have been severely hit with load-shedding of up to 10 hours and situation in rural areas of the country is even worse.

      The prolonged load-shedding has increases the miseries of the public, causing difficulties to perform daily chores.

      Meanwhile, Karachi residents are protesting for over 20 hours with a sit-in at the Mauripur road against rampant load-shedding by the power utility in their areas.

      The protest has blocked the traffic on both tracks of the road also resulting in long queues of vehicles at Jinnah Bridge and the Native Jetty in the strategic port area of the city.

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