No plan to undo 18th Amendment: Sindh Governor

KARACHI: Sindh Governor Imran Ismail on Wednesday said that there is no plan to undo the 18th Amendment or to scale down anyone’s authority.
The governor talked to media at Mazar-e-Quaid along with Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah, and stressed that multiple steps are to be taken for the betterment of Karachi.
“Karachi is Pakistan’s economic hub and its progress is our foremost priority. Institutional reforms are being introduced to improve the condition of the metropolis.”
Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah, who was accompanying the governor, said that he has only heard about the committee on news channels and no one has spoken to him about it.
He said that the cleanliness situation is better in places where the Solid Waste Management Board has been working. The authority was made to pick up 4,000 tonnes of trash. Now, the city is producing 16,000 tonnes of trash every day, Shah added. “KMC is responsible for cleaning drains, while DMCs for the city’s cleanliness.”
The governor and CM visited the mausoleum to mark the death anniversary of the country’s founder, Mohammad Ali Jinnah.
“The governor and I look good standing together, and even when we stand alone,” said Shah while interacting with journalists. The governor is a representative of Sindh and not just the federal government, he added.

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