MULTAN - Water and Sanitation Authority (Wasa) Managing Director Muhammad Shamim has asked all the consumers of the authority to pay their dues in easy instalments and get their illegal water connections regularised with single fee till May 31. Chairing a meeting of the Wasa officials to review recovery situation here on Monday, he said that the response of the consumers was highly dismaying but no extension would be given after the lapse of deadline. He asked the concerned staff to ensure 100 percent recovery from commercial consumers and owners of private housing schemes. He said that the disconnection teams were being formed to launch crackdown on defaulters and final notices were issued to them. Once cut off, the connection will not be restored at any cost, he hurled a warning. He appealed to the citizens to steer the authority out of crisis by paying their outstanding dues. He disclosed that all WASA operations remained suspended for 18 hours due to disconnection of power connections as the authority could not pay its bills because of financial crisis. He said that only 40 percent citizens were paying their bills while rest of 60 percent were defaulters. He asked all citizens to felt their social responsibility and pay their dues. BZU MA, MSc results: The Bahauddin Zakariya University Multan has announced the results of MA Saraiki Part-1 (Annual System) Annual Examination, 2010, MSc Chemistry and MA English, Part-1 & 11 (Annual System) Annual Examination, 2010 here on Monday. MA Saraiki Part-1 According to the result notification, a total of 74 candidates appeared in the MA Saraiki Part-1 examination out of which 29 were declared successful while 45 failed. Thus the overall success ratio in this examination stood at 39.19 percent. MSc Chemistry Part-1 & 11 The MSc Chemistry Part-1 & 11 examination was taken by 70 candidates out of which 33 got through with 47.14 percent success ratio. As many as 37 candidates failed to qualify the examination. MA English, Part-1 & 11 A total of 1948 candidates took MA English, Part-1 & 11 examination and 971 could make it while 977 failed to pass. The result of one candidate will be declared later on. The pass percentage in this examination stood at 49.87 percent.