Bahria Town Lahore Faces Electricity Halt by LESCO Due to Rs 76 Crore in Dues

lesco cuts power to bahria town lahore

LESCO Suspends Power to Bahria Town Lahore 

Lesco Cuts Power to Bahria Town lahore. The Lahore Electric Supply Company Limited (LESCO) has ceased power delivery to Bahria Town Mohlanwal, Lahore, following the accumulation of unpaid bills amounting to Rs 762.82 million. 

The disconnection, impacting the 132kV grid station, came into effect after the developer failed to clear the dues by the stipulated deadline of February 23, 2024.

Details of the Lesco Power Cut to Bahria Town Lahore

The official directive, issued on February 26, 2024, highlights the developer’s negligence in settling the outstanding amount, leading to immediate suspension of services. 

This decision was communicated to all relevant parties within LESCO and the National Transmission & Despatch Company (NTDC), ensuring thorough awareness of the enforcement action.

Broader Implications after Lesco Cuts Power to Bahria Town lahore

The repercussions of LESCO’s enforcement action extend beyond immediate inconvenience, potentially affecting the living conditions and property values within Bahria Town. This development also raises concerns among investors and residents about the reliability of utilities and the overall sustainability of living standards in the area. 

Bahria Town under political Parties pressure 

Moreover, Bahria Town’s ongoing disputes, such as the Supreme Court’s declaration of default on installment payments and controversies surrounding the Bahria Icon Tower project, further complicate the developer’s efforts to maintain its standing in the real estate market.

This move adds to the challenges faced by Bahria Town, which is already navigating through a myriad of legal, financial, and operational hurdles. 

The developer’s reputation and operational efficiency are under scrutiny due to past controversies and ongoing disputes, affecting stakeholders’ confidence and the community’s living standards.

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