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    Post Rental power company seeks 'correction' of SC order

    ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Power Resources (PPR) LLC on Wednesday moved a petition in the Supreme Court (SC) seeking a review of the judgement issued in the Rental Power Plants (RPP) case, which declared all projects illegal and non-transparent. The review petition was filed through Advocate on Record MS Khattak with a plea that there was a "mistake and error" apparent on the face of the record that Piran Ghaib Multan Plant was made payment of $14.58 million. The petitioner requested the court to d... more

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