Wahab inspects ongoing works at various sites



Administrator Karachi Barrister MurtazaWahab on Wednesday visited Tower, Garden, Pak Colony, Kemari, Hawksbay Road and other areas and inspected the ongoing development works.

On the occasion, besides inspecting the parks of Pak Colony, he also inspected and Hawksbay road being constructed in the site area and the drainage arrangements in the city before the rains.

He said that an emergency has been declared in the city and the holidays of the staff of Karachi Metropolitan Corporation are canceled.

The staff of KMC and all DMCs will be present in the field and ready to deal with the situation arising due to rains.

Barrister MurtazaWahab met the citizens during his visit to Keamari and inquired about their problems.

While visiting the parks in Pak Colony, he said that the park would be constructed on 162 acres of land in Gutter Bagheecha while the existing 10-acre park would be renovated and opened to the public.

“It will be the largest park in the coming days for the entertainment of the citizens of District Keamari and the people of Pak Colony, Garden, Old Golimar and other areas will be facilitated after the construction of this park. Trans Lyari Park will be further improved and the two parks will be renovated,” he added.

Special Assistant Chief Minister Sindh Asif Khan, District Commissioner Mukhtar Abro, Municipal Commissioner District KeamariAfaq Saeed, KMC and KDA officials were also present on the occasion.

The Administrator directed the DSP of the area to immediately stop the occurrence of street crime in the area and said that it was our policy to carry out development works in all parts of the city without any discrimination.


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