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DABS recovers 250mn Afghanis from defaulters

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DABS recovers 250mn Afghanis from defaulters

Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat collects more than 250mn Afghanis from defaulters in less than two weeks.

The national power utility had set a 10-day deadline for the defaulters to clear their bills otherwise their names would be revealed to the media.

A major portion of the recovered amount came from the Higher Education Ministry.

The defaulters include government and non-governmental organizations along with high-ranking government officials who owe about 500mn Afghanis in unpaid bills to DABS.

DABS spokesperson Wahidullah Tawhidi urged the government officials to cooperate with the national power utility in recovery of outstanding bills and maintained that defaulters would be exposed to media if their bills were not cleared by the of this week.

In the meantime, the Attorney General’s Office has pledged cooperation with DABS and had warned that legal actions would be taken against defaulters.



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