BNP Mengal staging a protest demonstration against gas load shedding. Photo Daily Quetta Voice

Manan Mandokhail:

QUETTA: The Balochistan National Party (Mengal) orchestrated a compelling protest against the persistent and unannounced gas load shedding plaguing Quetta and various regions of the province. The demonstration unfolded on Friday as fervent supporters of the BNP flooded outside the office of the Sui Southern Gas Company (SSGC) to voice their frustration and demand immediate rectification of the energy crisis.

Protesters Wielded Placards And Banners

Mir Ghulam Nabi Marri led the flags-waving supporters of the BNP Mengal.

Amidst the protest, impassioned participants wielded placards and banners adorned with poignant slogans, specifically targeting the Sui Southern Gas Company (SSGC) as the focal point of their grievances. The atmosphere was charged with a palpable sense of urgency, as the crowd collectively denounced the prolonged and arbitrary nature of the gas shortages.

SSGC Urged To Address The Issue

The protest not only served as a manifestation of public displeasure but also as a poignant call to action, urging authorities to address the issue promptly. The BNP’s stance against the gas load shedding reverberated through the streets, amplifying the voices of those affected by the energy crisis.

As the demonstration unfolded, it underscored the depth of concern within the community regarding the adverse impact of unannounced gas shortages. The protest, with its symbolic banners and impassioned participants, stands as a poignant reminder of the pressing need for effective measures to alleviate the ongoing energy challenges faced by the residents of Quetta and beyond.

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