Government’s anti-electricity theft campaign yields around Rs91 billion in revenue.

The administration, along with military leadership, has initiated a vigorous campaign against electricity theft in an attempt to address the nation’s power crisis and boost economic growth.

The most recent statistics released by the authorities demonstrate the impressive progress that has been made in suppressing this illegal activity. Nationwide, over 91 billion rupees have been collected from offenders, and over 69,000 people have been arrested.

From April 28 to May 5, authorities stepped up their operations in major cities like Lahore, Gujranwala, Faisalabad, Multan, and Islamabad. As a result, they were able to recover 0.13 billion rupees from energy thieves.

Moreover, a significant amount of 0.272 billion rupees was collected in territories that included Peshawar, Hyderabad, Sukkur, Quetta, and recently annexed provinces.

Twenty-one power thieves from around the nation were apprehended as a result of the concerned agencies’ diligent work, demonstrating the unwavering will to eradicate this evil from every corner of the nation.

With a focus on unflinching commitment, officials have promised to continue their operations until electricity theft is completely eradicated nationally.

This admirable endeavor not only represents a critical step in stabilizing the nation’s energy sector but also demonstrates the government’s unwavering commitment to promoting an environment of accountability and economic prosperity for all residents.

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