BAHAWALPUR - The Mepco Bahawalpur has disconnected electricity connections of 19 departments due to non payment and sent notices to 84 others for clearance of dues immediately.The Livestock, Education, Railway, Cholistan and Planning departments are included in the departments whose connections have been disconnected while DIG Office, Central Jail, Agriculture Research, Rangers departments have issued notices.According to the Mepco sources, because of non-payment of Rs1.67 million, the connections of the Pakistan Railways Bahawalpur, Municipal Corporation, Special Education, Cholistan Development Department, Cholistan water supply line, Tehsil Office Disposal works, Government Girls High School Chak 31-BC, District Primary School Dera Bakha, Agra Noor Research Centre were disconnected. Those got notices include the Railways Station Sama Satta, New Central Jail, Agriculture Research Centre, Sharb Nursery Agriculture Department, Hasilpur Police Station, Qaimpur Police Station, Tehsil Nazim Complex Yazman Deputy Director Fisheries, SP Office Bahawalpur, District House, Police Line, Banking Court, Tehsil Headquarters Hospital of Hasilpur, District Health Office Bahawalpur, Tehsil Headquarters Hospital Khairpur Tamewali, Livestock Farm Chak Katora, Civil Rest House Railway Road Lodhran, DCO Office Lodhran, Railway Station Dera Nawab, Civil Hospital Ahmadpur East, Civil Judge Ahmadpur East. These departments and offices owe collectively Rs. 17.1 million to Mepco."Awaz aur Ehtesab" launched: Islamia University Bahawalpur (IUB) Vice-Chancellor Dr Muhammad Mukhtar has assured to fully assist and support for the uplift of the area and welfare of the people particular the women. He expressed these views while addressing the launching of a project, "Awaz aur Ehtesab" here the other night.  The CDCP organised the ceremony in collaboration with the South Asia Partnership. The VC congratulated the organizers, CDCP Director Farooq Khan and Executive Director South Asia Partnership Muhammad Tehsin. He said that the IUB had been providing all possible support to many organisations for improvement in different fields to make society healthy and peaceful. He said that the less privileged class and the women had to face a number of problems due to certain issues and crisis which develop negative impact. Former MPA Syed Tabish Alveri and DPO Sohail Habib Tajik also addressed the participants. They assured cooperation for the success of the project. On the occasion, the CDCP Director and South Asia Partnership representative Zakir Shaheen informed the gathering that the project was being launched in 45 districts across the country in collaboration with various NGOs for the welfare of women and suppressed class of the society.