KCCI slams govt for ignoring Karachi issues


Staff Reporter


President Karachi Chamber of Commerce & Industry (KCCI) Agha Shahab Ahmed Khan, while expressing strong resentment over the miseries and hardships suffered by Karachiites after Friday evening’s torrential rainfalls, criticized the Federal and Sindh government for their sheer failure to provide any relief to Karachiites who have always been the worst-hit victims of the heavy rains, natural calamities, epidemics, law & order incidents, accidents and other emergency situations. “Karachi, despite being the largest city contributing around 70 percent and 95 percent revenue to the federal and provincial exchequers respectively, has been frequently facing a lot of damages every year during the monsoon season yet not a single step has ever been taken neither by the federal nor by provincial government to minimize the hardships except for paying just lip service that has turned the living in Karachi into a terrible nightmare”.

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