KARACHI: Administrator Karachi Rauf Akhtar Farooqui on Tuesday has directed concerned departments to complete the cleaning and beautification work of Shara-e-Faisal road within next 15 days.
He said that Parks & Horticulture, Municipal Services, Works & Services and other concerned departments should take part in this drive under a comprehensive procedure, so that Shara-e-Faisal could be made thoroughly clean and beautiful.
He expressed these views in a meeting called to review the measures that have been taken for beautification of Shara-e-Faisal. The meeting was attended by officers of Municipal Services, Works & Services, Parks and other relevant departments.
The administrator instructed that all departments should make joint efforts, so that Shara-e-Faisal could be made a beautiful and well-standard corridor according to the vision of the Governor of Sindh Dr Ishrat-ul-Ebad Khan.
He also directed to clean the pavement and arrange for necessary trimming of trees and plants alongside the road and, if needed, patching work should also be carried out on this road.
During the briefing, it was informed that more than 200 Parks Department officials were presently working on this corridor, pruning of plants had been started and over 25,000 flowery saplings were being planted which had been prepared in the nursery.
Garbage and waste removal was also carried out and, so far, about 310 trucks of garbage were lifted from the central corridor and the pavements.
It was further informed in the briefing that the beautification work was started from both sides of the Shara-e-Faisal and would be completed in 15 days.
Municipal Services Department informed that the road was being washed with the help of two mechanical sweepers and a tractor.
Works department told that the road patch working was being started and it was expected to be completed on time.
The administrator also gave instruction for cleaning of bridges and removal of wall chalking along the road.
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