Govt Imposed Rs. 93 Billion Burden on Electricity Consumers after Rising Rs. 3.21 Per Unit

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Govt Imposed Rs. 93 Billion Burden on Electricity Consumers after Rising Rs. 3.21 Per Unit

The National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) has approved increasing the price of electricity by Rs 3.21 per unit.

According to Nepra, the quarterly adjustment of electricity price till April 2022 will impose an additional burden of Rs 93 billion 95 crores 70 lakh on the consumer. Nepra approves increase in electricity price Nepra said that the increase in electricity price will be applicable from October 1, 2022. The increase of 3 rupees 21 paise per unit will be collected in the form of installments in 4 months and the increase will be applied.

It will not be on K-electric customers. NEPRA sent the decision to increase the price of electricity in the quarterly adjustment to the federal government.

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