Pakistan PM Shehbaz apologises to the nation for the power outage

by: Snigdha Paul

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Pakistan PM Shehbaz apologises to the nation for the power outage

by: Snigdha Paul

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TW Newsdesk, Jan25: On January 24, Tuesday evening, Pakistani Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif apologised to the public for the inconvenience brought on by the nationwide power outage that left millions of humans in the dark and vowed to find those responsible for the second significant failure.

Owing to a voltage instability in the national grid, Pakistan had a significant power outage on Monday that disrupted daily life and left the nation’s capital Islamabad & financial centre Karachi without energy.

The prime minister posted on Twitter that he wanted to ‘convey my heartfelt apologies for the inconvenience our people faced owing to the power outage yesterday.’

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