Increase In Bills should be immediately Reverted, Otherwise Action will be taken: Central Union

WAPDA and the Azad Kashmir Department have annoyed the affected people of Mangla Dam by increasing their tariff, those people who have now twice sacrificed themselves for the bigger picture; they have now to choose between feeding their young or paying huge bill amounts. The Trading Community, Mirpur will never stand by such cruelty and rejects the increased rate. These views were expressed by Central Leader of Jawed Group of Mirpur Traders Union, former President Chamber of Commerce Ch. Jawed Iqbal, along with Central President Iftikhar Khokhar, Central Secretary Shaukat Mehmood Ch, Former senior Vice President Chamber of Commerce Mohammad Mobeen Khan, Ch. Babr Shehzad, prominent central traders, leaders and Presidents Puranian, Battian Units.

Ch. Rashid Mehmood, Chairman Functional Committee Qaiser Janjua,Vice President Mian Mohammad Shafiq,Ch. Naeem Daswandi, Ch Habib Kausar, Raja Mohammad Rasib, Supervisor Ghulam Hussain and the renowned Trader leader Ch Safdar Hussain, President Mohammadi Plaza Ch Imran, President Singet Unit Malik Azhar Hussain, President Snooker Club Mirza Imran, President Bar Union Ch Mohammad Shabbir, President Flatbread Association Malik Munir Hussain, President Butcher Union Ikhlaq Ahmed Khilji, President Fzil Chowk Ch Mohammad Aslam, Haji Abdur Rahim, Vice President Mian Mohammad Road Seth, Muddassir Mushtq, Mohammad Ehsan Iqbal third, Rizwan Ali Jabbar Khmbal, Secretary B Five, Sheikh Amjad Mehmood, Sector D 1, Vice President Ch Mohammad Maroof , Former Vice president Chamber of Commerce ch Mohammad Shabbir,

Deputy Secretary General Sajid Rahim Qureshi issued a joint statement which said tht the increased rates are in acceptable by the people who are demanding for a relief from load shedding and instead of repaying the Mangla Dam Affected for their sacrifices the concerned authorities have further traumatized them. The Trading Union Mirpur rejects the increase and urges the authorities to take the prices back. Otherwise the Public will secure and ensure their rights by force and then the trader union will support them. They said that they not only condemn the per unit price increase but also reject it.