The electric connection of the busiest government hospital of Karachi, Jinnah Hospital, has been disconnected since Saturday night. The executive director of Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre (JPMC), Dr Seemi Jamali, said that the Jinnah Hospital was running on its own electricity through generator due to the suspension of power supplies since yesterday’s night. She expressed anger over the management of the sole power supplier of the metropolis, K-Electric (KE), for not removing the ‘technical fault’. She said that the patients admitted to different wards were facing severe difficulties due to power outage at the hospital. The miseries of Karachiites haven’t ended but because the unannounced and unscheduled load shedding was continued in lots of areas of Karachi for the entire day on Sunday. The unannounced energy outage was reported in North Nazimabad, A-Block Hasrat Mohani, Asghar Ali Shah Stadium, Paharganj, D’Silva Town, Paposh Nagar and different areas of the metropolis. The residents of various areas complained about dealing with two-hour lengthy energy outage after each hour on the weekend which additionally induced water disaster. Earlier on Saturday, Governor Sindh Imran Ismail and Federal Minister for Planning Asad Umar had announced that no unannounced load-shedding will take place in Karachi from Sunday. The Sindh governor had said that he will himself raise the overbilling issue with National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) and an audit will be conducted on overbilling matter.