ISLAMABAD - Minister for Water and Power Syed Naveed Qamar on Monday said that funds allocated for all development schemes should be spent on power generation schemes. He was answering the question hour session in the Lower House when this suggestion was placed by a member of the House that was seconded by the federal minister for water and power. Responding to a supplementary question, he said the Supreme Court, interior ministry, Pakistan Railways, FC and others are defaulters of Wapda. The federal Minister while answering a supplementary question said that the incumbent government was working to provide low-priced electricity. He said that in the past no government took such steps as were taken by this government for the said purpose. The minister added that number of hydel power generation projects were under process. The minister told that earlier there was only a single nuclear power generation plant Chasma One but now Chashma 2 was also under process. He said that the power generations plants that were installed in the past have now reduced their production and generating only 12 or 33 per cent of their capacity however the Government was repairing them and shifting them from furnish oil to other low-rate options. To another supplementary question regarding heavy loadshedding in Balochistan, Naveed Qamar said that the most of the projects were under process to provide electricity to the province. He added that out of these two projects would be completed in couple of months, besides the electricity was also being imported from Iran for Balochistan. Talking about the dams being constructed by India, the minister said that the issue was raised on the international level while the international court was also approached, however, the verdict on Kishan Ganga Dam came into the favour of India. He said that numbers of their dams were on the run of the river and the delay or stoppage of water even for 12 days can harm crops here in Pakistan. To another question regarding the construction of Bhasha dam the minister told that presently infrastructure works were in progress. The minister said that the dam would be completed in the given time. To a supplementary question the minister told the House that Rs 4 billon had been given to the affectees of Bhasha Dam as compensation amount while remaining amount would also be distributed in coming days. To a question, Minister for Textile Makhdom Shahabuddin told the House that number of plots from 4 acres to 10 acres were being sold in industrial area of Karachi. He said that the government was interested to sell them on high prices, however, local investors were trying to buy these at cheap rates.