JK Electric Employees Union appeal people
Srinagar: The Jammu and Kashmir Electric Employees Union have appealed people in general and organisations to clear the pending dues in March.
In a statement, the general secretary of JKEEU, Manzoor Ahmed urged people to clear the pending dues towards Power Development Department since this fiscal is nearing closure. Manzoor Ahmed also appealed the organisation in public as well as private sector to pay the pending bills before March 31. “The strengthening of financial capability of PDD would ensure electricity without curtailment and the department would pass on the benefits of revenue generation to the customers,” he said in the statement.
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