‘Clean Karachi Campaign’ is guarantee of clean city: Minister

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Provincial Minister for Human Settlements Ghulam Murtaza Baloch on Saturday said that continuation of “Clean Karachi campaign” led by Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah, not only is in full swing but its success is the guarantee of a clean Karachi too.
Talking to media persons during visiting different areas of Malir district, he said that since the launch of the campaign, the confidence of the people of Karachi in Sindh Government has increased manifold.
District Council Karachi Salman Abdullah Murad, Deputy Commissioner Malir Abdul Halim Jagirani and Chief Officer District Council Karachi Mursor Memon were also present on the occasion. Deputy Commissioner Malir and Chairman District Council apprised the Provincial Minister regarding waste disposal and sanitation arrangements.
Baloch also visited Garibabad Girls Secondary School and Primary School and directed DC Malir to do the repair work, including cleaning the school. Ghulam Murtaza Baloch along with DMC Malir also visited areas of Sahibabad Goth, Prem Nagar, Dawood Goth, Pir Safer, Dilbot Goth, Gharibabad, Khokhra Par, Wazir Jokhio Goth, Adam Hungora Goth, Somara Kandani Goth , UC Malh and UC Memon Goth and witnessed ongoing cleanup in these areas.
On this occasion, residents of Memon Goth complained to the provincial minister about the destruction of sewerage and waste of water due to dung and debris of the cattle pens.
Provincial Minister Baloch said that the post-rain situation is also being monitored in the Clean Karachi campaign and measures were being taken to improve Sewerage situation including drainage in the areas.
He said that buffaloes enclosures in residential settlements would be prosecuted against those thrown at buffaloes dung on the roads. ‘ In the Clean Karachi campaign, the performance of Sindh government supporters will be appreciated while those who disrupt the campaign will be dealt with according to the law’. he concluded.—INP

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