Chairman Pak Sarzameen Party Syed Mustafa Kamal on Tuesday criticized the Sindh government and said Chief Minister visited only a few places in Karachi after the city flooded due to heavy rains.
Addressing a press conference in Karachi Syed Mustafa kamal said, 10 years ago, Karachi was one of the 12 fastest growing cities in the world but the recent administrations have brought the city on the verge of collapse that is the economic hub of Pakistan.
He said the Sindh Government tried to give an impression of All Well to Karachi residents.
While criticizing former mayor Karachi Waseem Akhtar, he said Supreme Court gave correct remarks regarding the former Karachi Mayor.
It should be noted that Rains and urban flooding triggered the suspension of most of the business activities in the metropolis.
Restaurants, small and big stores as well as other shops across the city have remained submerged in rainwater, suffering losses worth billions of rupees.
The business community has requested the Sindh government and other authorities to ensure immediate drainage of water to save businesses, particularly restaurants, from further devastation so that business activities could resume.
Many lost their lives while drowning in the city as flooded streets wreak havoc. Parts of the city remain waterlogged and without power, forcing residents to take to streets to demand action.
On the other hand, Pakistan Army and Navy continue to rescue and relief operations in the city, especially the area of Naya Nazimabad, that was badly hit by floods after heavy rains in the city. According to residents, streets in the area are still inundated with rainwater. They complained that the management of the housing society has left them at the mercy of the rain and did nothing to rescue them.