Karachi my city, will do best I can: Wahab


MurtazaWahab, the spokesperson for Sindh Government and Adviser to CM Sindh on Law, Environment, Climate Change, and Coastal Development, has said that “Karachi is my city and I will do my best to solve its problems.”

“I grew up in this city.  My mission here is to solve problems.  Governor Sindh says it is wrong to do politics, so he was also a politician before taking the oath. PTI has a strange logic.

When something good happens, they put it in their account and if something bad happens, they hold the Sindh Government responsible for it.

This double standard will not work.” He was speaking to the media during a visit to the city on Monday.

Wahab visited Shahra-e-Faisal, Mahmoodabad, Drig Road, Shah Faisal, Malir Halt, Gulshan-e-Iqbal, Nipa Chowrangi, GulshanChowrangi, Sohrab Goth, Gujjar Nala, Nazimabad, North Karachi, Maripur, Saddar, Burns Road, Korangi Road, Kala Pul, Akhtar Colony, Clifton, Gizri and other areas during rain to see arrangements. He inspected the drainage system after the rains.

He was briefed by the officials of KMC, District Administration, Water Board, and DMC about rain arrangements.

Barrister MurtazaWahab expressed satisfaction over the smooth functioning of the drainage system, cleaning of drains, and presence of traffic police and local government personnel on the highways.  At Liaquatabad and Gujjar Nalla, he met the citizens and inquired about their problems.

Talking to the media, Wahab said that the situation in several areas of Karachi including District East has been reviewed during the rains and the situation is under control.

He said that he also went to Korangi, Airport, and Gulistan-e-Jauhar. He saw water in some places in the area of Urdu Science College. But very shortly it was being cleaned.

He said that though there was no forecast of rain today when it rained for several hours, the Sindh Government had already taken the situation under control.  The civic agencies were well prepared.


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