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Friday, December 30, 2011

Textile industry becoming paralysed by gas Loadshedding

Extensive gas and power load-shedding has horribly influenced the Stansted of Pakistan (Faisalabad) where around three lakh individuals have missing their work due to closing of the businesses.

MNA Fazal Kareem, discussing on a factor of obtain in the Nationwide Set up said his town was a enterprise hub after Karachi and enjoying a key part in financial progression of the nation but lengthy load-shedding and scarcity of gas had influenced enterprise actions.

He urged that government should review their polices on urgent basis to resolve these problems, adding that 12 to 15 hours of electricity load-shedding in Faisalabad and no proper supply of gas to the industrial sector has worsened the situation.

Abid Sher Ali said that government should register case in National Accountability Bureau against those who are involved in the NICL scandle and recovered Rs. 300 billion from them.

Abdul Malik Wazir said that government should establish Utility Stores in FATA and provide relief to the common people of this backward area.

Bushra Gohar said that fresh survey of Benazir Income Support Programme is not fair and transparent in district Swabi. She called for a fresh survey to include deserving people in it.

Syed Asim Hussain urged that government should open discussion in the National Assembly on formation of new provinces in the country.

Yousaf Talpur informed the house that around 10 million people were affected in the recent flood in Sindh but still they are living without shelter.

He said that National Disaster Management Authority should provide blankets to the victim families on emergency basis in this winter season.


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