The cleanliness campaign, having failed to yield desired results from efforts made by the chief minister, or the mayor of Karachi, got the help and assistance from a more dynamic Bahria town organisation of Riaz Malik.
In the beginning it will be launched in district central of the city, where the organisation director Zain Malik said work will finish in one week, and later will be taken up in remaining parts of the city.
Machinery and workforce needed for job have reached the spots. Malik Riaz is known for his efficient handling of administrative, construction work, and has now taken upon himself the task of cleaning the city garbage dumps.
A private TV channel reported that Bahria Town mobilised 50 vehicles and 600 personnel for picking up garbage from Karachi’s streets.
The vehicles and volunteers will begin cleaning up Shahrah-e-Pakistan in the first phase of the drive. Focus will also be on Shahrah-e-Noor Jahan, Sher Shah Suri Road and other roads and streets of Karachi, the management said.
Bahria Town officials have meanwhile prepared an alternate plan to save the public from traffic jams during the cleanliness drive.
Director-Bahria Town, Zain Malik has promised that Karachiites will be able to see results of the cleanliness drive within one week.
“We will use our machinery to pick garbage from Karachi’s streets. We are focusing on cleaning up the Central District first,” he said, adding the drive will soon expand to other areas.
Malik appealed to the residents to assist his team in the mission.
“Karachi public, help us in cleaning up the city. The results will be visible within one week of the cleanliness drive,” he pledged.