New road project will ease access to Malir area: Wahab

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Staff Reporter

Administrator Karachi Barrister Murtaza Wahab on Sunday said that the provincial government is constructing a road project in Malir District which will provide the best facility to the citizens as it would be linked with M9.

He expressed these views while reviewing the ongoing development works in Malir district.
Wahab said that the length of the road being constructed under this project is 8.8 km. In this project, a bridge will also be constructed which will cross Naddi.

After the completion of the project, the journey to Malir District, MalirCantt, Airport and Sharah-e-Faisal will be much easier, he said, adding that the project will be completed in one and a half to two months.

Wahab said that the project aims to carry forward the spirit that Bilawal Bhutto Zardari to serve Karachi.

“Bilawal Bhutto Zardari’s mission is to provide relief to the people and we will carry out this mission successfully in any case,” he added.

The Administrator said that construction projects are underway in different areas of Karachi under the Sindh government and some of them are being supervised by him. ‘Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah is leading the entire team.

After the completion of these development projects, the citizens will see significant change in Karachi,” Barrister Wahab hoped.

He said that every effort would be made to improve the local body services and better local government facilities would be provided to the citizens.

He said that concrete steps are being taken to solve the four major problems of the city including water, sewerage, sanitation and transport.

Meanwhile, Separately, in a statement issued by his office on the day, Wahab said the work of rehabilitating roads is being expedited in areas where garbage had been piling for months while sanitation work is being carried out by area residents.

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