FAISALABAD - New feeder from 132-KV Narwala Grid Station will not only give relief to the electricity consumers but also open new avenues of industrial and agricultural development in the areas of Aminpur, Langrana and Narwala, said Ch Nadeed Aftab Sindhu, Chairman of Board of Directors of Faisalabad Electric Supply Company.

He was addressing the officer of Fesco and notables of the area after attending a briefing on the construction of new feeder. He said that Rs.35 million will be spent on this new feeder which would be commissioned from March this year. He said that this feeder would not only ensure smooth and uninterrupted power supply but also gear up the socio economic activities in this area. He said that Fesco Board of Directors was making hectic effort to safeguard the legitimate interest of the consumer and the appeal of the local residents the Fesco administration has decided to bifurcate Aminpur and Langrana feeders adding a new feeder.

He said that in view of the importance of this feeder, work on this project has been initiated with full force and would be completed within shortest period of time.

 The completion of this feeder will benefit the local consumers but also help reduce line losses in addition to resolving the problems of low voltage. He also hoped that this feeder would help FESCO to issue new electricity connection in addition to clearing the pending applications.

The chief executive officer said that new feeder will help Fesco save 3 million units per annum.

He directed the staff of Project Construction Directorate to complete this project with in the stipulated time period.