Abid Sher Ali-Hydro Union

QUETTA: Minister of State for Water and Power Abid Sher Ali has asked Hydro Union to play its role for improving performance of organization. He aid employees showing excellent performance in the department would be given incentives. He said it is our desire to bring improving in all DISCO of the country.

He was speaking to delegation of Hydro Union here Wednesday.

Special Assistant to Prime Minster on energy Dr Musaddiq Malik said that any Hydro union’s cooperation is required to point out official of the organization involved in electricity theft. He said employment f our coming generation is associated with the company and work for its well being is responsibility of us all. He told Hydro Union delegation that political influence in the Company would be eliminated. He added that Union should point out black sheep in the Company so that action is taken against them. Moreover employees not working with honesty should be warned for their reform.

Earlier Provincial President WAPDA Hydro Union Muhammad Ramzan Achakzai told that all illegal tube well connections should be regularized according to the policy and assist Balochistan Government for achieving recovery targets. He asked political interference in the company should be ended so that employees could work freely for the prosperity of the Company.

A delegation of Zamindar Action Committee also called on the Minister of State and apprised him of their problems.

Abid Sher Ali told that on completion of Dadu-Khuzdar and D G Khan-Loralai transmission lines supply of electricity would improve in the province. On the special directives of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif electricity theft from the country would be ended.

Dr Musaddiq Malik said that in the absence of electricity country’s economy was badly affecting. He said federal government would extend cooperation to all the zamindars of the province but zamindars should accord priority for the payment of dues against them.

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