Federal Minister for Maritime Affairs Syed Ali Hyder Zaidi said on Friday that the federal government is preparing a comprehensive polic...

Government prepares comprehensive policy for the development of Karachi: Ali Zaidi



Federal Minister for Maritime Affairs Syed Ali Hyder Zaidi said on Friday that the federal government is preparing a comprehensive policy for the development of Karachi and that the first phase of sewer cleaning has been completed and the rubbish will be lifted during the second phase of the Karachi Clean Movement. he.

Addressing a meeting with members of the Pakistan Association of Builders and Developers (ABAD) at the ABAD House on Friday, Ali Zaidi said that his efforts in support of the Frontier Works Organization (FWO) witnessed rainwater in Karachi. the waters of the second and third enchantments were rapidly flowing when almost all the drains were cleared.

He regretted that the civic sense of society among the people has disappeared as a result of the repeal of civic studies from school studies.

Ali Zaidi said Rs100 million was donated by various entities and individuals to the Clean Karachi Movement. That money, he continued, was deposited directly into the FWO bank account open to clear Karachi.

ABAD President Muhammad Hassan Bakshi, Vice President Anwar Dawood, Vice President Abdul Kareem Adhia, Southern Region President Ibrahim Habib, MPAs of Jaw Siddiqui PTI and Bilal Gaffar were also present.

The meeting called on the federal minister of President ABAD Muhammad Hassan Bakshi to call on the government to appoint Pakistan's second capital of Karachi as this city generates revenue of more than 70 per cent.

He also urged Prime Minister Imran Khan to convene the Karachi Federal Cabinet and also to stay in Karachi for a fortnight to showcase the city's property.

Bakshi has called on the federal government to lift the ban on the construction of high-rise buildings in Karachi, although the Pakistani Supreme Court has lifted it, but it is still not getting the same approval from the builders.

ABAD Vice President Anwar Dawood said that cleanliness is needed in Karachi, but the government also needs to take steps to clean up the rubbish of corruption to improve the country's economy and development. Southern President Ibrahim Habib thanked the federal ministers and the PTI MPA and the media for attending the meetings.

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