The Clean Karachi Campaign is clearing the waste of years: Murtaza Baloch
Karachi, September 26, 2019 (PPI-OT): Provincial Minister for Human Settlements Ghulam Murtaza Baloch has said that garbage is being cleared from highways in the first phase during the Clean Karachi campaign and the garbage stored in years will also be cleared in the campaign. He said this while visiting various areas of District Malir under the Clean Karachi Campaign here on Wednesday.
On this occasion DC Malir Abdul Halim Jagirani and Chief Officer District Council Karachi Masrur Memon informed the Provincial Minister for Human Settlements Ghulam Murtaza Baloch regarding waste disposal and sanitation arrangements. The Provincial Minister also visited the areas of DMC Malir, Cattle Colony, Mehran Highway, Sher Pau Colony, Gaddafi Town, Hospital Chorangi, Husseini Chorangi, Younas Chorangi and adjoining areas. The provincial minister also reviewed the ongoing cleanliness in the district council areas, National Highway Wireless Gate and Gulshan-e-Hadid.
On the occasion, residents of Gulshan-e-Hadid told the provincial minister that despite taking a million rupees on monthly basis in the name of cleanliness from residents, Pakistan Steel Mills’ limited trust administration was not cleaning up. Provincial Minister Ghulam Murtaza Baloch said that the work of garbage disposal including dung waste in the Bhens (buffalo) colony should be accelerated and important highways such as National Highway, Mehran Highway and Highway Faisal are being cleared in the first phase of the Clean Karachi campaign.
He added that the Sindh Government’s Clean Karachi Cleanliness Campaign will also clean old waste of years and the citizens of Karachi will soon see a pleasant change as Pakistan Peoples Party believes in the philosophy of serving the masses irrespective of their political affiliation.
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