Federal, Sindh govts express resolve to resolve Karachiites’ issues jointly

The Federal and Sindh governments have expressed the resolve that problems being faced by the people of Karachi will be resolved jointly by taking all the stakeholders on board.

The determination was expressed by Minister for Planning and Development Asad Umar, Minister for Information Technology Ameenul Haq and Chief Minister Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah while addressing a joint press conference in Karachi today (Saturday).

Asad Umar said the Federal and the provincial government had already promise to work together for development of Karachi and a survey has also been launched by NED University.

He said encroachments at the drains are being removed as per joint decision.

Asad Umar said work on Karachi Circular Railway project is underway and hopefully it will be completed before M-1 project.

Speaking on the occasion, Murad Ali Shah said it was decided by the federal and provincial government that all the issues of Karachi will be resolved together.

He said Mahmood Abad Nullah has almost been cleared from encroachments and work to remove encroachments at Gujjar Nullah will be started soon as per orders of the Supreme Court.


Source: Radio Pakistan