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Traders, students protest hours-long power outages in Mohmand

Traders, students protest hours-long power outages in Mohmand
January 07, 2018

GHALLANAI: Fed with incessant power outages, residents of Mohmand Agency on Sunday staged a protest against Tribal Electric Supply Company (Tesco) and blocked Peshawar-Bajaur Road for traffic.

Local residents and traders said that 22-hour power outages has brought routine life to a complete standstill. They said that Warsak Dam was in tribal areas but even then no electricity was being supplied to Fata.

They urged the government to reduce duration of power outages and ensure scheduled load management in Fata.

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