Family Park, Cricket Ground will be constructed in Pahari ground: Wahab.

KARACHI -- Administrator Karachi, Sindh Government Spokesman and CM Advisor on Law Barrister Murtaza Wahab on Friday said that the PPP government believes in serving the people without any discrimination and it is the responsibility of the state to solve the problems of the people on priority basis. 'Under the Karachi Neighborhood Improvement Project, several projects are under construction to develop Karachi. A 2.1 Kilometer two-lane road is being constructed from Fishermen Chowrangi to UMDC. Two-lane road from intersection 9000 road to hilly ground Korangi will also be constructed. Family Park and Cricket Ground will be constructed in the Pahari ground, along with construction of roads, sidewalks, street lights, tree planting and dust bins will also be installed. Al these works would be completed by November 2022,' the Administrator expressed these views while addressing a groundbreaking ceremony for the construction of road from UMDC to Chowk 16000 Road and other projects in Korangi on Friday. Also present on the occasion were Municipal Commissioner KMC Syed Afzal Zaidi, Karachi Neighborhood Improvement Project Project Director Nazir Memon, PPP Korangi Division President Javed Sheikh, Jani Memon, Moazzam Qureshi and other local PPP leaders.

Barrister Murtaza Wahab said that Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari had come for the inauguration of this intersection a year ago and he had told the Chief Minister that the road connected to this intersection also needed to be repaired.

'So now we have started working on it. This project is a gift to the people from the political representatives. Parks and roads are also being built here to fulfill another promise made to the people. Sindh government is constructing connected roads at the request of industrialists and traders,' he added. The Administrator said that besides these projects, work has also started on Mehran Highway which will cost Rs 1.25 billion. He said that garbage was also a major problem in the area on which the Sindh Solid Waste Management...

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