KARACHI: Karachi Metropolitan Corporation Administrator Rauf Akhtar Farooqui said that phase-II of 3 kilometre long Clifton Beach Park will be completed by the end of this month with a cost of Rs70 million.
He said this while reviewing the construction work of phase-II of the project on Tuesday.
Completion of this park will add to the beauty of Clifton beach and provide another well standard and beautiful beach recreation to the people, he said.
The Director General Technical Services Niaz Ahmed Soomro, Senior Director Transport & Communication Muhammad Athar, Engineer Iftikharullah and other officers were also present on the occasion.
He said the first phase of this project was already completed and now the work on the second phase was underway rapidly and all measures were being taken to finish this work on time.
Farooqui said a good number of coconut palms would be planted in this park and a long wall being constructed as boundary wall alongside sea. High mask poles will be installed for lighting in the park and seasonal flowers and other saplings will be planted in the shrub nullah especially made for this purpose. Administrator Karachi directed officers to ensure the completion of this project on time with better quality work.
He said Clifton beach was providing best recreation for the citizens of Karachi and the people visiting the city from other cities of the country and from abroad.
He directed the concerned officers to make that park of high standard so that it could be compared with parks and beaches abroad.