OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE The Lahore Electric Supply Company (LESCO), during a recovery campaign against defaulters, disconnected electricity supply to Kot Lakhpat Jail on the non-payment of electricity dues besides the teams recovered Rs 3.64 million from various defaulters. The supply, however, later restored after six hours of disconnection on the paying of Rs 7 million. The sources informed TheNation that the Jail Department had to pay about more than Rs 30.5 million to the LESCO in terms of electricity bills of last several months. They said that the Jail Administration had been repeatedly asked for the payment through various notices; however, the LESCO teams on Monday disconnected the electricity supply to the prison. Over 4,000 prisoners and jail officials remained without electricity for about eight hours from 11 am to 4pm. The Company sources told this scriber that after negotiations between the officials of the both sides, the jail administration paid Rs 7 million while they would pay Rs 0.8 million on Tuesday (today), the sources added. The LESCO was ensured for clearance of all amount before June 29, they said. The sources quoting the jail administration said the Punjab Government released Rs seven million to them for the bill payment.