Administrator Karachi, Sindh government spokesman and CM Advisor on Law Barrister Murtaza Wahab on Monday said that traders and industrialists have always been with them in the construction and development of the city.
“All institutions must be active for the development of the city. Problems are being addressed on priority basis.
Work on 17 roads under construction in the site area will be completed in the current financial year,” the administrator said this while visiting the office of the Site Association of Industry here.
Member Provincial Assembly Liaquat Askani, Special Assistant to Sindh Chief Minister Asif Khan, Ali Ahmad Jan, Deputy Commissioners Keamari and West were also present on the occasion.
On the arrival of administrator Karachi in the office of the Site Association, the officials of the association welcomed him.
Later, addressing the Governing Body and members of the Site Association, Wahab said that he came to the office to solve the problems.
He said that a large number of industrial and business units were established in the site area where commercial and production activities continue throughout the year. “Solving the problems of the site area is one of our priorities,” he added.
He said that this important industrial area of Karachi not only provided employment to a large number of people but also played an important role in stabilizing the economy of the country.
“Sewerage problems in the area will be addressed, and work is underway to supply 50 million gallons of water per day to the site,” the administrator added.
He said that basic infrastructure would be improved in all the industrial zones of Karachi to boost industrial and business activities in these areas and increase domestic exports.
He said that in addition to other industrial associations, coordination will be maintained with the site association and all issues will be resolved in consultation with the site association.
Wahab also inaugurated a tree plantation campaign in the area of the site on the occasion. On the occasion, a shield was presented to him by the Site Association.