Karachi: Governor of Sindh Dr. Ishrat-ul-Ebad Khan has said that overall he found the performance of civic bodies in Karachi better. Repair and road carpeting work being carried out in the city along with the cleanliness drive. Gradual decrease has been seen in the dengue virus due to timely fumigation and cleaning work.
Action against land grabbers will continue as in only two days a total of 491 acres of land worth billions of rupees was recovered from the possession of land mafia. Efforts were on to make the local bodies system even better. He expressed these views while talking to media representatives at University Road after a three hours long visit of the city on Wednesday.
Provincial Minister for Local Government Agha Siraj Durrani, Administrator Karachi Mohammad Hussain Syed and DCO Karachi Roshan Ali Shaikh accompanied him on this occasion.
Governor of Sindh in his visit went to seven towns and inspected the sanitation conditions there besides reviewing the repairing and development works.
He also met with the people at some places, enquired about the problems facing by them and issued on the spot directive.
Talking to media representatives near Safari Park, he said citizens of Karachi had complaints regarding sanitation conditions in the city on which the city administration started phase wise cleanliness campaign to bring improvement in the overall condition. He said that the municipal officers and their sub ordinates were doing hard work and that is why their performance has improved.
Provincial Minister Agha Siraj Durrani congratulated the administration of six towns in Karachi where he inspected sanitation condition and expressed hope that they would carry on this performance. He said that the government was making all efforts to solve the problems facing by Karachi. He thanked Governor of Sindh and said that he had always provided us encouragement and support.
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