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SC reopens Nandipur power case, hearing on Thursday

SC reopens Nandipur power case, hearing on Thursday

ISLAMABAD The Supreme Court on Wednesday reopened Nandipur Power case whose hearing is scheduled to be held tomorrow.

The court issued notices to federal government, Pakistan Electric Power Company (Pepco), Water and Power Development Authority (Wapda) and all other parties.

During the hearing, Chief Justice Mian Saqib Nisar asked PML-N leader Khawaja Asif, “Why you did not solved the problems during your tenure as federal minister. You had the authority and should have resolved the issues.”

“I was separated from the case over collision of interests,” replied Asif. “You were isolated but could have conducted probe into the matter,” said Chief Justice.

“A commission headed by Rehmat Ali Jaffery was formed. It directed to complete the work on Nandipur and Chichu Ki Malia,” told Khawaja Asif.

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