Decision to provide uninterrupted power until GCE A/L exam over

(LANKAPUVATH | COLOMBO) – The authorities have agreed to provide continuous electricity supply from today until the end of the General Certificate of Education Advanced Level examination at the discussion held at the Sri Lanka Human Rights Commission today.

Accordingly, the Human Rights Commission and the Public Utilities Commission have made a proposal to the Ceylon Petroleum Corporation to supply the necessary fuel for the continuous supply of electricity.

The Public Utility Commission has given instructions to the Ceylon Electricity Board that the necessary conditions to recover the cost should be given priority to the payment in the proposed electricity price revision.

Accordingly, all parties have agreed to pay the relevant amount within 60 days.

Accordingly, it has been informed that the Ministry of Power and Energy should intervene to provide the necessary coordination and facilities for the implementation of the agreed matters.

The matters agreed upon in this discussion will be included as a recommendation by the Sri Lanka Human Rights Commission and the Public Utility Commission has agreed to implement that recommendation.

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