LAHORE - 150,000 workers of Wapda strongly urged the Prime Minister to review its decision for the proposed privatisation of national public utility on the behest of the World Bank as electricity is a basic need of the citizen of nation. It is constitutional obligation of the government to provide electricity to the people. It was pointed out that private companies in Multan MESCO and Rawalpindi REPCO could not provide elecy, so the government should hand over their control to Wapda. Even Karachi Electric Supply Company neither overcome the loadshedding and provide the cheaper elecy despite receiving 650 megawatts Elecy from Wapda daily on subsidised rates and not paying either to Wapda and other government entities alike PSO and Sui Gas amounting billion of rupees. Khurshid Ahmed, General Secretary of All Pakistan Wapda Hydro Electric Workers Union said. He demanded that the govt should introduce reforms in elecy sector to raise its productivity by appointing permanent Chief Executive.