Khalid Maqbool says CM Sindh accountable for Karachi’s worsening state

KARACHI: Federal Minister for Info & Know-how Dr. Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui criticized Sindh authorities for the current worsening state of Karachi and referred to as Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah ‘accountable’ for the state of affairs.

Speaking to media after an occasion at Karachi’s Expo Heart, Siddiqui stated Pakistan’s peace is related to the prosperity of Karachi as a result of the mega-city runs the nation. “Nonetheless, the town, which yields 95 p.c income to the province and 60 p.c to the nation, doesn’t even get a 5 p.c.”

He lamented that the provincial authorities did ask for its rights from the middle however failed to offer the due rights to the residents.

“Karachi is the one metropolis the place the mayor doesn’t even have the authority to gather rubbish, thus the chief minister of Sindh is accountable for the depressing state of affairs of the town.”

On Tuesday, Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has directed all of the deputy commissioners of the town to start out a month-long particular marketing campaign from September 21 to wash Karachi.

The deputy commissioners are being supplied Rs50 million every for ‘Clear My Karachi’ marketing campaign, Mr. Shah has stated that the drive would make a distinction and each resident of this stunning metropolis would witness it.

 

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