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The Lahore High Court (LHC) on Wednesday ordered the electricity customers to pay their energy payments with out fuel adjustment charges.

LHC orders consumers to pay electricity bills without fuel adjustment charges

According to details, the excessive court became listening to a plea moved in opposition to a set of fuel adjustment charges from the customers within side the electricity payments.
The plaintiff had said that series of the charges from the customers will in the long run increase the electricity tariff and advised the court to nullify the decision of the federal government.
The Lahore High Court has additionally served notices to the federal government, the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR), Lahore Electric Supply Power Company (LESCO) and others on the gathering of FAC within side the bills.
It merits mention that Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif on Tuesday announced that 17 million of the whole electricity purchasers could be exempted from paying the excessive fuel charges adjustment (FCA) of their energy payments.