LAHORE - After closure of almost three months due to devastating floods in Muzaffargarh in August this year, AES Pak Gen Company, a 365 MW power plant, has resumed its regular operations, a statement by the company said. The projects electricity supply will help overcoming the current power shortages in the country. The power plant has been restored within a record time of less than three months despite colossal damage to the plant casting several doubts on its early resurrection said CEO AES Pak Gen, Shahid Khan. The business interruption and property losses are 100 percent covered under insurance and reinsurance agreements with reputed insurance giants both in Pakistan and abroad, disclosed Shahid and added that restoring the plant to its original condition was a huge task forcing the management to fight against all odds exceeding expectations of all stake holders. This project is located 55 kilometer from Multan in a small town named Virar Sipra of District Muzaffargarh. The area was adversely hit by the recent wave of havoc in the lower Punjab which jolted the entire region with its worst ever devastation since 1932. AES Pak Gen (Pvt) Company, which is currently working under a common management and control of a consortium lead by Nishat Group, was set up along with a sister concern named LalPir Power Ltd in 1995. The projects are known to be one of the efficient power plants in the National Grid having generation capacities of 351 MW each, the statement said.