Tightening supervision of generator contractors
The first 06/05/2023
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Baghdad: Wafaa Amer
Baghdad Governorate, in cooperation with the security authorities, has intensified its control measures against contractors of private and governmental generators, after monitoring a large number of violators who did not comply with the operating instructions for the current month of June.
The governor of Baghdad, Eng. Muhammad Jaber al-Atta, told Al-Sabah: The governorate received a number of complaints from citizens in different regions of Baghdad, stating that a large number of generator contractors did not adhere to the pricing set by the governorate for the current month of June, which is 12 thousand dinars for golden operation for a period of 24 hours. hour, and 6 thousand dinars for normal operation from 12 noon until one in the morning, and 9 thousand dinars for night operation from 12 after midnight until six in the morning.
He pointed out that the governorate determined the price of the ampere according to a study of the status of the operation of the national energy in the capital, in light of the increase in cut-off hours and the rise in temperatures, in addition to the fact that many generator contractors were not included in the monthly fuel quotas due to the incompleteness of their transactions.
Al-Atta explained that the governorate instructed its oversight committees in the administrative units to conduct field tours on the owners of generators within their sectors and hold the violators accountable, pointing out that the penalties are imprisonment, the issuance of a judicial order and high fines, as well as the removal of the generator in the event of the continuation of the violation and finding an alternative for it. He noted that citizens submit their complaints to the energy committee in the administrative unit within their regions, and then these committees submit complaints to the governorate in real time in order to deal with them directly and take the necessary measures in this regard.
Edited by: Ali Mouafaq
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