ISLAMABAD, Pakistan – The National Electric Electricity Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) raised the power rate by Rs2.86 on Friday as part of the monthly fuel adjustment.

According to the notification published by NEPRA, the price of electricity has been increased in the context of the March fuel adjustment, which is still more bad news for individuals already suffering from inflation.

According to the announcement, the price increase will cost customers Rs 32 billion more, while the regulator held a hearing on April 27 to evaluate the CPPA request and allowed a Rs2.86 increase.

Electricity for K-Electric customers, on the other hand, has been increased by Rs. 1.38 per unit. K-Electric had requested an increase in fuel adjustment of Rs 3.15.

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