Administrator Murtaza Wahab said on Sunday that he’s written to the Sindh government to put a ban on wall chalking in order to save city’s walls.
The decision to impose ban on the wall chalking has been made in the city administration to protect the city walls, he Murtaza Wahab said.
Separately from the Sindh government on Karachi’s development, Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah said that Sindh Transport Department had placed an order for procurement of new buses for Karachi.
He said this while talking to the media after laying a floral wreath on the tomb of the father of the nation, Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah this morning.
“Sindh government had allocated Rs8 billion for procurement of buses for different BRT routes. The BRT Orange Line project is almost complete and it would be launched along with the Green Line pro-ject,” he told media.
Murtaza Wahab has earlier this week revived the dormant City Wardens while taking notice of the ever-deteriorating traffic jam situation in the me-tropolis.
The veteran PPP leader and ex spokesperson of the Sindh government who was recently made Karachi’s chief, took notice of the persistent woe of Karachiites and said he will not tolerate any negligence on part of traffic manage-ment.