Sindh Govt requires 3 trillion for Karachi transmission plan, says CM Murad Ali

Karachi transmission plan

KARACHI: Chief Minister Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah has said that Pakistan ‘s Judiciary has dictatorial mind set and least bother about the problems of citizens in an Urban development forum on Wednesday held at Federation of Pakistan Chamber of Commerce and Industry ,head office at Federation house, Karachi.
Addressing as the chief guest he was responding questions raised by the media and business community regarding vulnerable situation of Karachi city after rains along with Administrator Karachi, Murtaza Wahab, Sindh Minister for Industries and anti corruption Jam Ikram ullah Dharejo and Sindh Minister for Local bodies Syed Nasir Hussain Shah.
Discussing about the city situation he said that Karachi require rupees three trillions to addressed all its developmental issues. He said that recently drainage of water is quite a difficult task due to the slaughter animals waste organs that chocked down our sewerage system despite of all efforts of Sindh Solid Waste Management Board team deputed in all city areas.
He admitted that Sindh Government is failed to install any waste treatment plant and industrial hazardous material spoiled our sea water resulting destroying of Marine eco system.
He was agreed that the drainage issue is linked with encroachments around nullahs and I will never order to demolish any Katchi Abadi that I did not want to see my peoples homeless. Soon we regularize Karachi Katchi Abadis, he concluded.