No rainwater accumulated on roads over better arrangements: Wahab

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Spokesperson of Sindh Government and Advisor for Law, Environment & Coastal Development Barrister MurtazaWahab has said that it rained all over the city on Monday  which is conducive and good for the environment and despite the rain no water has accumulated anywhere even though the Meteorological Department has no forecast  but the local government of the city was active. In addition, the water board, solid waste, DMCs and traffic police were all active.

He expressed these views while addressing a press conference in the committee room of Sindh Assembly Building.

he said that suddenly I used the word rain because there was no preparation but I am thankful to all the institutions of the city administration.  He said that due to rains on Shahra-e-Faisal, there was always a problem to overcome.

The Sindh government had laid a new drainage line in the entire area of Shahra-e-Faisal due to which no water was collected here and no rain water was collected from the nursery to Natha Khan Bridge.

He said that the situation was also better at Quaid-e-Azam’s residence Wazir Mansion, II Chandragar Road, MA Jinnah Road because a new drainage line was laid towards the Minister Mansion and

Shahra-e-Pakistan, Nazimabad, Maripur Road were also clear.  A small amount of water had accumulated at KDA Chowrangi but water was drained from KDA Chowrangi in two hours.

He further said that KDA and NaganChowrangi used to suffer from rain problems but now three new outlets had been set up at KDA Chowrangi and its water is diverted towards Gujjar Nalla. I    thanks to the management of SIDCL for this.

He said that water had accumulated in one place because there was no drainage system. Surjani Town needed some help as it also received water from District West and Central.

he said ” We suggest that the drainage along the sides of the green line needs to be improved in the way or IDCL helped.

 

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