ISLAMABAD (APP) - Minister for Water and Power, Syed Naveed Qamar on Monday said that the government has not yet decided to increase power tariff. 'Only fuel adjustment surcharge was being passed on to the consumers according to the price trends of oil in international markets, he said while talking to media here after attending award ceremony for top performing employees, customers of IESCO. He said that some Independent Power Producers (IPPs) were generating less electricity due to shortage of fuel supplies. To a question regarding the decision of International Arbitration Court about Kishanganga dam, he said that the interim verdict given by the court was a great success for Pakistan as India would be unable to divert the water flow towards the country. He urged the media to report the situation keeping in view of the interests of Pakistan. Naveed Qamar said that recovery campaign against defaulters has been expedited and warned that action would be taken against the concerned officials if their performance remained unsatisfactory in this regard. To a question, regarding US investment in energy sector in the country, he said that the US would continue to support Pakistan in energy sector. He said that Pakistan has already asked US to provide help for the construction of Diamer Basha Dam project. The US has provided a grant to enhance power generation capacity of power companies besides Tarbela extension project. Earlier, speaking at the ceremony, Naveed Qamar appreciated IESCO performance and directed to ensure better service to the consumers. He also urged the consumers to pay their bills in time in order to curb menace of power loadshedding. He also paid rich tribute to the officials who had laid down their lives in the line of duty. Speaking on the occasion, Chairman IESCO Board of Directors Mohsin Khalid said that the company has less line losses as compared to other power companies and it was recorded only 9.7 per cent during last year. He said that IESCO has set up 14 new grid stations in last three years to ensure smooth and uninterrupted power supply to the consumers.