CM Sindh pays visit to Karachi streets, monitors cleanliness condition

KARACHI: Chief Minister of Sindh (CM) Qaim Ali Shah on Saturday paid surprise visit to different areas in Karachi to monitor cleanliness condition.


According to details, CM Sindh along with Minister for Local Government Jam Khan Shoro came out on the roads to inspect the roads condition as the deadline for cleaning Karachi expired.

The Local Government Minister took the CM to already dirt-free areas and avoided to visit littered streets.

On the other hand, Qaim Ali Shah has sought fresh summary regarding extension in paramilitary Rangers’ special powers.

The Chief Minister is expected to leave for Dubai by evening today to consult the matter with top leadership of the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP).

Earlier, welfare organisations step forward for the city’s cleanliness after campaign initiated by Sindh Chief Minister (CM) Syed Qaim Ali Shah to wipe out all the garbage in the city within the span of three days turned out to ineffective.

After the CM’s campaign failed, Jafaria Disaster Cell (JDC) and Ansar Burney Trust stepped forward to clean the city within 15 days. Members of the welfare organisations stated that they shall remove garbage from the areas where the locals will require them to do so.

Welfare organisations have also gotten access to trucks and heavy machinery on rent for the purpose of removing garbage. The campaign was launched by removing garbage from Numaish Chowrangi and the adjacent areas of Soldier Bazar.


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