LESCO Collects Over Rs 5.46m  from 117 Defaulters in 24 Hours

LESCO Collects Over Rs 5.46m  from 117 Defaulters in 24 Hours

Lahore, May 28 (APP): The Lahore Electric Supply Company (LESCO) has made significant strides in its ongoing recovery campaign, successfully collecting over Rs 5.46 million from 117 defaulters across five districts within 24 hours. This impressive achievement marks the 230th day of LESCO’s relentless efforts to recover outstanding dues.

LESCO Collects Over Rs 5.46m  from 117 Defaulters in 24 Hours

Key Highlights of the Recovery Campaign

  1. Northern Circle:
    • SE Nisar Sarwar led the recovery efforts, collecting Rs 0.92 million from 18 defaulters.
  2. Eastern Circle:
    • SE Umar Bilal spearheaded the campaign, recovering Rs 1.13 million from 16 defaulters.
  3. Central Circle:
    • The team under SE (Central Circle) achieved the highest recovery, collecting Rs 1.45 million from 26 defaulters.
  4. Southern Circle:
    • SE (South Circle) successfully collected Rs 0.14 million from 9 defaulters.
  5. Nankana Circle:
    • SE (Nankana Circle) recovered Rs 0.49 million from 16 defaulters.
  6. Sheikhupura Circle:
    • SE Najamul Hassan’s efforts resulted in the recovery of Rs 0.48 million from 12 defaulters.
  7. Okara Circle:
    • SE Jamshed Zaman led the campaign, collecting Rs 0.24 million from 13 defaulters.
  8. Kasur Circle:
    • SE Ahmed Shahzad Chughtai successfully recovered Rs 0.61 million from 7 defaulters.

Overall Campaign Success

During the 230-day campaign, LESCO, under the supervision of Director (Customer Services) Sarwar Mughal, has recovered more than Rs 4 billion from 104,092 dead defaulters. This achievement reflects the company’s dedication to addressing outstanding dues and ensuring financial stability.

LESCO Detailed Recovery Statistics

  • Northern Circle: Rs 634.79 million from 15,111 defaulters.
  • Eastern Circle: Rs 950.58 million from 13,663 defaulters.
  • Central Circle: Rs 621.00 million from 11,832 defaulters.
  • Southern Circle: Rs 245.87 million from 6,194 defaulters.
  • Nankana Circle: Rs 409.12 million from 9,047 defaulters.
  • Sheikhupura Circle: Rs 588.53 million from 12,158 defaulters.
  • Okara Circle: Rs 354.88 million from 16,486 defaulters.
  • Kasur Circle: Rs 596.57 million from 19,601 defaulters.

This concerted effort by LESCO not only highlights the efficiency of the company’s recovery mechanisms but also demonstrates its commitment to maintaining a stable and robust financial structure. The ongoing campaign continues to ensure that defaulters are held accountable and that the outstanding dues are recovered systematically.

For more updates on LESCO’s recovery campaign and other initiatives, stay tuned to our latest news and reports.

LESCO Collects Over Rs 5.46m  from 117 Defaulters in 24 Hours

Lahore Electric Supply Company (LESCO) has successfully collected over Rs 5.46 million from 117 defaulters within just 24 hours. However, this significant recovery effort is part of LESCO’s ongoing initiative to ensure timely payment of electricity bills and reduce the overall default rate. The company has been actively pursuing defaulters and implementing stringent measures to recover outstanding dues, thereby enhancing its financial stability and ensuring uninterrupted power supply to its consumers.

Why did LESCO collect over Rs 5.46 million from defaulters?

LESCO collected over Rs 5.46 million from defaulters as part of its ongoing initiative to ensure timely payment of electricity bills and to reduce the overall default rate. This recovery effort helps maintain the financial stability of the company and ensures an uninterrupted power supply to its consumers.

How many defaulters were targeted in this recovery effort?

In this particular recovery effort, LESCO targeted and collected dues from 117 defaulters.

What measures is LESCO taking to recover dues from defaulters?

LESCO is actively pursuing defaulters through various stringent measures, including issuing notices, disconnecting power supply for non-payment, and collaborating with law enforcement agencies to ensure compliance and timely payments.

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