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FESCO PRESS RELEASE:-11-04-2019

Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Faisalabad Electric Supply Company (FESCO) has said that special campaign against power theft in FESCO is in full swing and during this campaign, special task forces caught 9 thousand power pilferers while registered FIRs against 1900 and recovered 176 million, he was addressing FESCO officers and officials of the Industry Power Looms Association. He further said that special campaign against power theft would be continued in FESCO region without any discrimination with the support of district administration as well police. He also appreciated the role and cooperation of general public and business community in this campaign. Vice Chairman Industry Power Looms Association Khadim Hussain Maan congratulated the CEO FESCO Mujahid Islam Billah and his team on strict action against power theft and said that action against electricity theft is providing relief to them. He also assured their full support for the success of this campaign. Later, Officials of Industry Power Looms Association presented shields and bouquet to CEO FESCO Mujahid Islam Billah, SE Second Circle Khadim Hussain Lara, DCM Iqbal Khan Niazi, XEN Nazimabad Division Nadim Akbar Kahloon, XEN Abdullahpur Division Rana Afzal, XEN Peoples Colony Faheem Shah, SDO Jaranwala road Sub Division Ammar Chattha, SDO Allama Iqbal Colony Sub Division Muneebul Haq on fabulous campaign against power theft.

FESCO PRESS RELEASE:-10-04-2019

General Manager (GM) Technical Faisalabad Electric Supply Company (FESCO) Muhammad Ali Dogar has retired after completion of his service. FESCO arranged a fabulous farewell in honor of retired GM Technical here today in recognition of his remarkable service in FESCO. Chief Executive Officer (CEO) FESCO Mujahid Islam Billah was the chief guest of function while provincial Minister for Population Welfare Sardar Muhammad Hashim Dogar specially attended the farewell and appreciated his services for the power sector. Hashim Dogar further said that Muhammad Ali Dogar always achieved the set targets by utilizing his excellent skills. He also congratulated GM Technical on completion service period. At this occasion CEO Mujahid Islam Billah said that there is no doubt that manpower performs a key role in the development & stability of institutions while good team & workforce is the precious asset of any department. He said that retirement through a respectable way is a great gift of God. He underlined the importance of Technical department in FESCO and retired GM Technical performed his services excellently in this department. He further said that GM Technical remarkably served in FESCO and dealt with his subordinate staff with affection and love while his behavior was exemplary. Other FESCO officers also highlighted the services of retired GM Technical and said that he never misbehave with any officer or official during his whole service and always adopted the extremely soft attitude and performed duty in expert manner. Retired GM Technical Muhammad Ali Dogar thanked his colleagues, officers and officials for their full cooperation during his service and declared his success a result of their teamwork. He said that he tried his best to complete all his official responsibilities. At the conclusion, CEO FESCO Mujahid Islam Billah presented a FESCO souvenir to GM Tech Muhammad Ali Dogar. The function was attended by large number of FESCO officers.

FESCO PRESS RELEASE:-04-04-2019

Special Task Force of FESCO People Colony Division has caught electricity theft through remote control device in furnace oil factory at Samundari road while electricity meter and 200KVA transformer has removed and application has sent to concern police station for the registration of FIR. According to details, on special directives of Ministry of Energy (Power Division) & CEO FESCO Mujahid Islam Billah severe crackdown against power theft in FESCO is at full swing. In this connection, on direction of SE second circle Khadim Hussain Lara, XEN people colony Fahim Shah started the monitoring of steel furnace mill and found decline in the electricity units. After continuous monitoring, special task force of people colony division along with M&T team under the supervision of XEN PC Syed Fahim Shah raided the mill and found a remote control device being used to stop the electricity meter. The owner of mill has deputed his staff on top of roof that immediately start the meter on arrival of any vehicle or person at spot and thus mill was involved in electricity theft. FESCO team has disconnected the electricity connection of mill and removed the 200KVA transformer and heavy fine would be imposed in shape of detection bill. The owner of mill has run away. CEO FESCO Mujahid Islam Billah has made an appeal to the public as well as consumers that they should immediately inform the FESCO about any kindly of electricity theft around their surroundings so that immediate action should be initiated. He further said that special campaign would be continued till the elimination of power pilferage from FESCO.

FESCO PRESS RELEASE:-20-03-2019

Special task force of FESCO Jaranwala road sub division raided a power looms factory and caught power theft by installing a bogus electricity meter in factory, factory owner ran away while application has submitted to Saddar police station for the registration of FIR. According to details, On special directives of Ministry of Energy (Power Division) and CEO FESCO, SE first circle Ch Ilyas Ghuman and XEN Abdullahpur Division are taking strict action against the power pilferers. In this connection SDO Jaranwala road sub division got information that a power loom factory situated in chak No.209 is involved in power theft. On this information SDO has started the monitoring of factory. Last night, when factory owner Shahid Mehmood S/o Sardar Ali replaced the original meter with bogus then at same time task force raided and caught the power theft. About 24 power looms were running in the factory. Raided team has removed the meter while factory owner ran away from the spot.Culprit imposed the one million fine in shape of detection bill of 70 thousand units and application has sent to Saddar police station for registration of FIR under Section 462-J electricity act. CEO FESCO has appreciated the XEN Abdullahpur and SDO Jaranwala road sub division and directed to more pace the action against electricity theft. 

FESCO PRESS RELEASE:-13-03-2019

Faisalabad Electric Supply Company (FESCO) under the WAPDA Endowment Fund for Sports has started to disclose the hidden talent in young players. In this connection trials of players’ age between 12 to 16 years would be held at FESCO ground Abdullahpur on 18 March (Monday) 9am. According to details, male players who are interested in athletics, football, hockey, karate, squash, tennis, weightlifting, wrestling and female interested in athletics, hockey, karate and squash should participate in these trials to prove their abilities. The participants should bring their form B along with school identity card. During the initial trials male participants have to complete the 800 meter race in 3 minutes or less time period while female have to complete 400 meter race in 2 minute or less. In addition, at least 20 pushup, 6 feet standing jump, 6 chin-up and completion of 44 meter gone drill in 10 seconds or less time. In second phase, successful candidates of initial stage have to take Sports Specific Test according to their choice and after this candidates who would fulfill the require criteria would be formally enrolled. Finally selected candidates would be awarded 7 thousand honoraria per month for their education and sports activity. For more information contact to the FESCO sports officer Muhammad Arshad on his cell No.03006639607. In this connection, General Secretary FESCO Sports Association Athar Ayub Ch requested the parents, teachers and sports organizers to encourage the young players to participate in these trials because successful candidate would be able to illuminate the Pakistan name at world level in future.

FESCO PRESS RELEASE:-10-03-2019

Faisalabad Electric Supply Company (FESCO) arranged open courts in FESCO region for early redress of consumers’ complaints at their door step. During the open courts at all four operation circle of FESCO totally 108 consumers submitted their complaints. In this connection, Chief Executive Officer Mujahid Islam Billah also visited the open court at FESCO Hajiabad Sub Division and heard the consumers’ complaints at spot. During his address he said that under the government vision FESCO is striving hard to provide the maximum facilities to its consumers and due to open courts clear decline could be seen in consumers’ complaints while consumers also declared this step appreciable.  He further said that vigorous and indiscriminate campaign against power pilferage had been underway and FESCO has adopted zero tolerance policy against power theft. He said that during the last four months 8000 power pilferers were arrested while FESCO registered FIRs against 1839 consumers and imposed them 220 million fine in shape of detection bills while recovered 160 million. He said that FESCO spent 600 million for replacement & enhancement the capacity of distribution transformers. At this occasion 28 consumes submitted their complaints regarding replacement of electricity meters & transformer, correction of bills, erection of poles etc. On this CEO issued orders for immediate solution of consumers’ complaints. SE first circle Ilyas Ghuman, DCM Sajid Khelji, Add Director (PR) Tahir Sheikh, XEN Civil Line Rana Afzal, Staff Officer Abid Rashid, Executive Engineers of first circle, SDO of Civil Line Division and huge number of people were also present during the open court. Meanwhile, SE Second Circle Khadim Hussain Lara, SE Jhang circle and SE Sargodha circle also held open courts at their circle and issued orders for redress the consumers’ complaints.

FESCO PRESS RELEASE:-06-03-2019

Faisalabad Electric Supply Company (FESCO) is striving hard for Provision of best facilities to its consumers and FESCO is utilizing all its resources for uninterrupted power supply to consumers. In this connection FESCO has started holding of open courts at circles level for early redress of consumers’ complaints under the vision of present government while people belonging to different walk of life appreciated this step. In this context Chief Executive Officer (CEO) FESCO Mujahid Islam Billah said that holding of open court is not only providing early solution of consumers complaints but also helpful to identify the lethargic staff which is improving the relation between consumers and company. During the open court higher officers of FESCO Operation Management issued orders immediately for solution of the consumers’ complaints. On the special directives of Power Division and CEO FESCO Mujahid Islam Billah holding of open courts would be continued in future so that consumers’ complaints would be solved without any discrimination.

FESCO PRESS RELEASE:-28-02-2019

Faisalabad Electric Supply Company (FESCO) has issued performance report for the month of February regarding campaign against power theft. According to details, on special directives of Ministry of Energy (Power Division) and CEO FESCO Mujahid Islam Billah special surveillance teams and task forces are taking indiscriminate action against the power theft in eight districts of FESCO region including Faisalabad, Toba Tek Singh, Jhang, Mianwali, Khushab, Sargodha, Chiniot and Bhakkar while FESCO registered cases against 168 culprits in respective police stations of its region during month of February. In first circle 785 power pilferers caught red handed and imposed penalty of Rs 8.7 million while case registered against the 11 consumers. Similarly, special teams of second circle caught 398 consumers stealing electricity and registered FIRs against 24 power thieves. These pilferers were imposed penalty of 3.1 million in shape of detection bills. In Jhang circle 933 power pilferers were caught by special teams and FIRs were registered against 87 consumers while fined them 7.6 million in shape of detection bills. In Sargodha circle special team caught 500 electricity thieves and register FIRs against the 46 consumers while imposed fine 4.6 million in shape of detection bills. The said power pilferers were involved in stealing electricity through illegal connections by Kunda  (hook) system, direct from PVC line, meter body tempering and other hacking techniques CEO FESCO Mujahid Islamb Billah has directed the FESCO Officers to pursue the cases of electricity theft in the courts and so that accused could be put behind the bar. He said that drive against power theft was not only reducing the level of electricity theft but visible improvement had also been witnessed in recovery and revenue collection.

FESCO PRESS RELEASE:-06-02-2019

198 power pilferers caught red handed in FESCO region during the first four days of February and imposed them 1.9 million  in shape of detection bills while FIR register against the 15 consumers involved in the power theft under the new amended electricity act and electricity connections of all power pilferers have been disconnected. According to details, on special directives of the Ministry of Energy (Power Division) and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Faisalabad Electric Supply Company (FESCO) special task forces are initiating strict action against the power theft in all over the FESCO region and grand combing operation is continued in all eight district of FESCO including Faisalabad, Chiniot, Toba Tek Singh, Sargodha, Jhang, Khushab, Mianwali and Bhakkar. During the action 198 power pilferers were apprehended while stealing electricity direct from PVC cable, slowness of electricity meter and meter body tempering. These consumers were imposed penalty worth 1.9 million in shape of detection bills while FIR registered against the 14 power thieves. The special campaign would continue till the complete elimination of power theft in FESCO region.

FESCO PRESS RELEASE:-04-02-2019

Totally 927 power pilferers caught red handed in FESCO region during the month of January and imposed fine 25.2 million in shape of detection bill consisting upon 1.7 million units and recovered 14.6 million while register FIR against 250 power thieves under the new electricity act while electricity connections of power pilferers have also been disconnected. According to details, on the special directives of the Ministry of Energy (Power Division) and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Faisalabad Electric Supply Company (FESCO) Mujahid Islam Billah special teams are taking strict action against the power theft in FESCO region on daily basis and has started grand combing operation against the power pilferers. Special teams of FESCO first circle caught603 power pilferers and imposed fine of Rs.13.2 and recovered 6.9 million and register FIRs against the 45 consumers. Similarly, special teams of second circle caught 59 consumers red handed while stealing electricity and register FIRs against 22 power thieves. These pilferers was imposed 2.2 million in shape of detection and recovered 0.6 million. In Jhang circle 140 power pilferers were caught by special teams and FIRs were register against 94 consumers while fine was imposed worth 6.2 million in shape of detection bills was imposed and recovered 4.3 million. In Sargodha circle special teams caught 125 electricity thieves and register FIRs against the 89 consumers while imposed fine 3.5 million in shape of detection bills and recovered 2.6 million. These power pilferers were involved in electricity theft through direct from PVC cable, slowness of meter and meter body tempering.

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