Ministry expedites action against three CEs of power distribution companies

Islamabad – The Ministry of Power has stated departmental action against three suspended Chief Executives (CEs) of Power distribution companies for causing billion of rupees losses.

According to sources in the Ministry, a proposal is under consideration to send the cases of the three officials to FIA and NAB. The suspended officers were head of Lesco, Pesco and Sepco.

The sources said that former LESCO chief Wajid Kazmi faces corruption charges. They said he was involved in corruption while making transfers of SDOs and implementation of Development projects.

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