Murtaza inaugurates two parks in Boat Basin


Administrator Karachi, Sindh government’s Spokesman and CM Advisor on Law Barrister Murtaza Wahab on Wednesday said that Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) does not only make promises or announcements but also believes in keeping promises.

“The projects completed in Karachi during the last six to seven months are a testament to this fact. Karachi is a cosmopolitan city. We want to acknowledge the services of the heroes of society. Renovation of two modern parks in the Boat Basin area is an Eid gift from Bilawal Bhutto Zardari and the Sindh government to the people of the area. Infrastructure development of three more parks in next two months will be done in Boat Basin area,” the Administrator expressed these views while addressing a function held at the inauguration of the newly formed Justice Rana Bhagwan Das Park and Dr. Fereydoon Frameros Sethna Children’s Park at Boat Basin Clifton.

Member Provincial Assembly Sadia Javed, Municipal Commissioner KMC Afzal Zaidi, President Pakistan People’s Party South Division Khalil Hoot, Deputy Secretary Information Karachi Division Shakeel Chaudhry, Deputy Commissioner South Dr Abdul Sattar, Project Director Karachi Neighborhood Improvement Project Nazir Memon and others were also present on the occasion. Were present

The Administrator said that naming public places after prominent members of the minority community will encourage them. “Former Chief Justice Rana Bhagwan Das and Dr. Fereydoon Sethna have served the country and the nation in their respective fields,” he added.

He said that Karachi Neighborhood Project Phase II includes upgrading of entire area from Shawn Circle to Boat Basin and pedestrian development up to Bilawal Chowrangi, rehabilitation of five public parks under the project.

He said that similar projects are underway in other parts of the city like Saddar, Gizri, Kharadar, Ibrahim Haideri, Korangi, Saudabad, Sherpao Colony, Umar Colony, Somar Kandiani Village, Khokhrapar, Malir, Ram Chandran Temple Road and other places.

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