Authorities have deployed Rangers at major installations of KESC across Karachi owing to fear of attacks, reported a private TV channel Wednesday. KESC had already stopped field operations demanding the govt to provide security to its employees who are willing to work. Chief Executive KESC Tabish Gohar wrote to Sindh CM Qaim Ali Shah and Governor Ishratul Ebad, claiming that despite SHC orders, police have failed to provide security to KESC staff and the installations. He alleged that employees have taken over 56 vehicles of the KESC. Earlier, Governor Ishratul Ebad has directed KESC to provide relief to consumers by ensuring the availability of electricity. In a statement, Ebad directed KESC officials to concentrate on decreasing the hours of loadshedding rather than closing field operations. The Governor also summoned a meeting of the KESC officials to discuss the loadshedding in the mega city. directed Sindh Home Minister Manzoor Wassan to take immediate and necessary steps to ensure that KESC staff was protected. KARACHI (INP) - Sindh Governor Dr Ishratul Ebad has directed the Karachi Electric Supply Company to provide relief to consumers by ensuring availability of electricity. In a statement issued from the Governors House, Ebad directed the KESC officials to concentrate on decreasing the hours of loadshedding rather than closing field operations. The governor directed Sindh Home Minister Manzoor Wasan to take immediate and necessary steps to ensure that the KESC staff was protected. On Wednesday, the KESC announced it was closing field operations and offices due to lack of security. The KESC spokesperson said despite the court orders, the government had failed to provide adequate security to its staff.