Chairman of the Senate Standing Committee on Power Senator Fida Muhammad in a meeting on Tuesday took strict notice of circle-wise construction work during peak season instead of winters when electricity demand is low. While discussing TESCO projects, it was noted that no qualitative workshops were available in tribal areas and that for things to progress, it was imperative that a system be formulated to maintain checks and balances. TESCO officers informed the committee that work was in progress to achieve goals and remove illegal transformers installed privately at homes. The committee also took notice of private projects exceeding government schemes. Just 17 HT Feeders were installed in comparison with 37 Deposit Works. The committee recommended that all workshops that have the capacity to cater to needs to such areas must be engaged. While evaluating PESCO Circle Projects in the last one year, the committee was informed that lack of personnel and funds were two major issues plagued PESCO’s performance. Chairman Committee, Senator Fida Muhammad all details must be provided in the next meeting. While discussing the projects and performances of IESCO, Chairman Committee Senator Fida Muhammad directed the Organization that circle wise details of projects must be presented in the next meeting.