LG Secretary reviews pre-monsoon preparations, development work in city

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Observer Report

Secretary Local Government, Housing and Town Planning Sindh Syed Najam Ahmad Shah has paid another emergency visit to different parts of the city on Sunday.

Najam Ahmad Shah, who was on an emergency visit to District South, Lyari Expressway and West District two days ago, was again seen on the ground on Sunday to review the pre-monsoon preparations and development works.

Secretary Local Government Najam Ahmad Shah while giving special instructions to the engineering team on the occasion of his visit to New Nazimabad which was severely affected during last rains, said that the strategy regarding water drainage should be formulated on priority basis in consultation with New Nazimabad Society management. Najam Shah said that people of all the low lying area should not face any difficulty in this moon soon.

He also visited Gulistan Zafar Nalla where he directed to pay special attention to possible choking points and sensitive places and said that the Government of Sindh is completing its homework especially in view of advance preparations and unforeseen circumstances and we are confident that the situation of the city will be improved gradually.

Later, the Secretary reviewed the construction activities and development works on Maripur to Y Junction Road and gave necessary instructions to the technical staff on site.

Speaking informally on the occasion, Najam Ahmad Shah said that the people of the entire province, including the city of Karachi, had been searching for a suitable resort for many years.

The Sindh government has specially launched the Manohra Beach Uplift Project to provide healthy recreation to the people of the city.

According to Sindh Local Government Secretary, this project will be a memorable gift for the people of Sindh.

Secretary Local Government Najam Shah further said that various new projects would be started soon for Karachi in the coming days which will make the Karachi one of the most developed cities in the world.

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