Two new graveyards approved


The Sindh government on Tuesday approved Sindh ManzilSukoon Authority Bill 2021 to establish new graveyards in Karachi.

The approval was given in the Sindh cabinet meeting held in the port city with Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah in the chair.

The provincial government has allocated lands for the establishment of two new graveyards in the city.

According to a local government ministry proposal, the government has allocated 100-acres land at Gaddap and Keamari respectively for the establishment of two new graveyards in the metropolis.

Last year, the Sindh government had established a new graveyard in Karachi to bury the victims of coronavirus.

The government had allocated land at Link Road- a road connecting Super Highway and National Highway in the city- for the graveyard. It spans over 80 acres of land.


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