FIR filed against 3 year old child for electricity theft in pakistan, presented in court

Pakistan News: A case of electricity theft has been registered against a three-year-old child in khyber pakhtunkhwa province. Let us know what the whole matter is.

A surprising one from khyber pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. Here a 3 year old child has been accused of electricity theft and not only this, a case has been filed against him. The child has been presented in the court. A report by ARY news explains what this whole matter is. This case against the child was written on the complaints of Peshawar Electric Supply Company (PESCO) and Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA).

According to media reports, an FIR was registered against the minor for his alleged involvement in electricity theft based on the complaint of Peshawar Electric Supply Company (PESCO) and Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA). In this case, the law enforcement agency presented a 3-year-old child in the court of Additional Sessions Judge but WAPDA and PESCO officials could not prove the alleged crime of the child. However, upon receiving the affidavit, the judge dismissed the case.

Pakistan suffered so much loss

Electricity bill prices are continuously increasing in pakistan, due to which Pakistani citizens are raising their voice against the government. It is being told that the price of one unit of electricity in pakistan is Rs 65. Since the increase in electricity prices, incidents of electricity theft are increasing. There have been surprising revelations in a report. According to the report, the national exchequer allegedly suffered a huge loss of Rs 438 billion due to electricity theft in power distribution companies.

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