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Dissatisfied Subscribers Were Insulted at Kakheti Energy Distribution Company

The head of Gurjaani District Service Centre of Kakheti Region Energy Distribution Company insulted residents of Gurjaani District who visited their office; subscribers complained about not having electricity supply for 4 days.

According to subscribers, they requested explanation from the head of service centre about communal bills. The head of the office called them mad and kicked them out of the room.

“Our family’s only income was social allowance. But now we do not get the allowance. After our electricity meter was checked, I hardly managed to pay the bill and now they demand extra money, which I cannot pay. I have requested the representatives of Energy Company to invite Energy-patrol and find out who uses electricity without meter, but they do not care about it. The most important for them is to get money”, said Gugula Rakviashvili.
Gurjaani District service centre of Kakheti Region Energy Distribution Company did not make comment about insulting consumers.

Source: Kakheti News Centre

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