Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah visits various areas of the city to assess the cleanliness situation here on Sunday.
According to the details, CM Sindh visits many areas to take notice on garbage issue, directed the Commissioners to take action against the garbage throwers.
Sadly, the Sindh government’s cleaning campaign also did not removed the piles of garbage and debris from Korangi and Sharaki districts.
The cleanup campaign is limited to exhibit action due to the inactivity of the government monitoring team and the lack of attention of government officials.
Residential areas of Karachi are packed up with complete dirt and garbage.
He also paid a visit to Orangi Town where he was welcomed by the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) activists.
On the occasion, the chief minister vowed to initiate development work in the area.
Earlier on October 9, Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah had issued a warning for sealing those buildings and shops if found throwing debris and garbage on roads and streets across Karachi.
CM Murad Ali Shah chaired a high-level meeting to review the progress of ongoing Karachi cleanliness drive where he delivered important instructions including the removal of encroachments and plantation of trees besides disposal of garbage.
CM Shah ordered the provincial ministers to monitoring different areas during the campaign.
He also directed to keep deputy commissioners’ community busy for expediting routine tasks of disposing off garbage.
“The chairman of all union councils should own the responsibility of maintaining cleanliness in the area which is cleared by the provincial authorities.”
The chief minister instructed to construct 280 garbage transfer stations in Korangi besides ordering water board authorities to repair gutters.