Your Latest Lahore Electric Power Company LESCO Duplicate Bill Of September 2021
لیسکو واپڈا ڈوپلیکیٹ آن لائن بل ستمبر 2021
If you want to check your latest LESCO (WAPDA) electricity bill online then you are in right place. You require only “Reference No” (Fourteen ’14’ digits number) or “Customer ID” (Seven ’07’ digits number), which you may find on your old bill.
Always keep these two numbers with you to check your current electricity bill at anytime anywhere in the World.
The government of Pakistan has imposed a 7.5% tax on electricity non-filer customers whose bills will be more than Rs. 25000/=
If you are a tax filer then you may get exemption from this tax by SMS your “CNIC” and LESCO’s “Reference Number” in the following format to “8118” ;
REG <RefNo > <CNICNo>
REG <01212321100200 > <0399005640548>
Or registered yourself at http://mnr.pitc.com.pk
Lahore Electric Supply Company LESCO try its best to facilitates its customers. There was a common complaint that in LESCO’s office staff do not listen complains properly. To address this issue, LESCO decided to conduct regularly E Kacheri under the Prime Minster’s Delivery Unit (PMDU) initiative on LESCO Facebook Page ” https://www.facebook.com/lescoccc “.
Facebook Live will be chair by Chief Executive LESCO with his team of all Managers Operations to address issues of LESCO’s customers and solved them promptly.
All customers of LESCO belong to Lahore, Kasur, Okara, Nankana, and Sheikhupura districts may attend these E Kacheri meetings.
ADDRESSES/ LINKS OF FACEBOOK PAGES OF LESCO OFFICERS,
DEALING WITH CUSTOMER COMPLAINTS/ E-KACHEHRIS
Name of Office
Facebook Page Name
Face-Book Page Address/ Link
All the electricity consumers of LESCO, residing in civil districts of Lahore, Kasur, Okara, Sheikhupura and Nankana in Punjab.
Electricity consumers of Nankana, Bucheki, Mananwala, Shahkot Divisions of LESCO.
LESCO Stands For Lahore Electric Supply Company.
LESCO and Its Users.
For WAPDA, electricity theft and for consumers over-billing is a major issue. To addressing these two issues, LESCO will replace 1.7 million old meters with new “ advanced meter infrastructure (AMI) meters “. Asian Development Bank (ADP) will provide $300 million as financial assistance for this project. According to LESCO spokesman, under this plan 14,74,532 single-phase, 2,13,120 three-phase, and 28,753 commercial and industrial old meters will be replaced with modern AMI meters in central and south circles of LESCO. The installation of the latest AMI meters will be completed in the next four years. With the installation of AMI devices, meter tempering will end. If any consumer will try to temper a meter, it will be immediately indicated in the Central Control Room. Then LESCO will take immediate action against him/her, therefore, power theft will end. On the AMI meter, the consumer may monitor his/her electricity load, voltage, and bill.
Lahore, Kasur, Okara, Nankana, and Sheikhupura districts come under its jurisdiction.
For smooth working, LESCO has been divided into eight (08) Operational Circles and each Operational Circle is further divided into divisions and sub-divisions. Detail of each Operational Circle is given below:
Operational Circle No of Divisions No Of Sub-Divisions
North Lahore Circle 05 28
Central Lahore Circle 05 31
Eastern Lahore Circle 04 23
South Eastern Lahore Circle 04 26
Nankana Circle 04 16
Okara Circle 04 23
Kasur Circle 05 30
Sheikhupura Circle 04 18
LESCO Call Centre:
LESCO has arranged twenty-four 24 hours seven 07 days complaint registration service through its Helpline Call Centre. Here one can register his/her electricity complaint or get general information. LESCO Hotline for telephone calls is 118 and for SMS 8118.