Disinfectant spray campaign kicks off, MoU signed with Al-Khidmat



City Administrator Laiq Ahmed has said that a disinfectant spray campaign is being launched in the city from Monday to eradicate the flies, mosquitoes and other insects that have appeared after the start of Eid-ul-Adha and monsoon season.

“Al-Khidmat is with us in this campaign with the help of which spray campaign will be run regularly in every district.”

A memorandum of understanding has also been signed with Al-Khidmat to run this spray campaign in a very active and effective manner. He was talking to media persons after launching the spray campaign.

Senior Director Coordination Khalid Khan, Senior Director Municipal Services SM Taha, Director Municipal Services Noman Arshad, Director Municipal Public Health MujaddidIsrani, Tariq Mustafa, Khidmat K. Chief Executive Naveed Ali Baig, Executive Director Rashid Qureshi, Director Community Services Qazi Syed Sadruddin, Coordinator Al-Khidmat Manzar Alam were also present on the occasion.

The administrator said that this spray campaign would be carried out in all the districts of Karachi and on a daily basis.

He said that the work has been started in the south district from today and the campaign will be gradually rolled out in each district for which KMC has provided 35 vehicles and trained staff.

“Vehicles will be provided with diesel and medicine for spraying,” he said, adding that the entire city was affected by the Corona epidemic.

The tide is turning very dangerous, we have to take security measures so that the precious lives of other citizens including our own lives can be saved, said Naveed Ali Baig, the Chief Executive of Al-Khidmat.

This is an important day. Al-Khidmat has signed a memorandum of understanding with KMC for the spray campaign in the spirit of service to the city.


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