Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah made a visit to various areas of Karachi and assessed the status of ongoing uplift projects and inspected cleanliness of drains along with the implementation of the covid-19 standard operating procedures (SOPs).
CM inspected the road extending from Gulabi to Y-junction, a 5.5km long, constructed at a cost of Rs1.billion. He mentioned that the road was widened by increasing its width to 10.5 metres, and to an estimation 65 pc construction work of the road has been completed.
Shah also said that the water and sewerage lines were also laid in the area., and further six different drains crossing the main road were also being reconstructed.
CM also visited the SITE area and inspected the roads which are in their final phases of its reconstruction. These 17 roads were reconstructed with a total cost of Rs1.1 billion and expected to be reconstructed after over 30 years.
Shah also visited Banaras and Maymar to inspect the construction pace of Orange Line project and other development projects.
He also reviewed the violation of SOPs adherence and directed the district administration to implement its strict observation.
The Adviser on Law Murtaza Wahab, Chairman Planning and Development Board M Waseem, Finance Secretary Hassan Naqvi and Karachi Package Project Director (PD) Khalid Masroor were also accompanying him on his visit.