PTI workers storm Wapda House in Peshawar to protest power outages

ISLAMABAD: A large number of PTI supporters gathered at Jinnah Avenue during PTI public meeting on the last day of election camping. INP PHOTO by Sulaman Choudhry

PESHAWAR, MAY 17, (DNA) – The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf workers on Wednesday stormed Wapda House in Peshawar to protest power outages. The PTI activists have forcibly opened the doors of the Wapda House and entered into it.  The protest is being led by PTI lawmaker Ayesha Gulai. Earlier, the Sindh Assembly on Tuesday approved resolution against federal government regarding electricity load shedding.

Speaker Agha Siraj Durrani presided over the meeting during which Chief Minister of Sindh (CM) Murad Ali Shah said that we are neither getting electricity nor gas despite paying huge bills.

He said that Sindh is suffering from prolonged power and gas outages due to lack of resources. He further asked the authorities to stop discrimination and equally divide the funds.=DNA