Sindh chief secretary seeks report on Karachi’s unlawful marriage halls

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KARACHI: Sindh Chief Secretary Syed Mumtaz Ali Shah on Wednesday sought a complete report about unlawful marriage halls and encroachments within the metropolis Karachi, ARY Information reported.

Presiding over a high-level assembly on anti-encroachment drive in Karachi, Mumtaz Ali Shah directed the Sindh Constructing Management Authority director normal and Karachi’s commissioner to current an in depth report concerning the unlawful marriage halls and the mega procuring malls that have been inflicting visitors jam within the metropolis.

Talking on the event, the chief secretary directed to raze all unlawful constructions on footpaths, parks and sewerage strains. He stated that the even Sindh authorities had eliminated its workplaces at Nationwide Museum of Pakistan.

Shah additionally ordered to demolish unlawful constructions and medical shops from outdoors the hospital to ease visitors move. He additionally directed to take away TV, web cables from Okay-Electrical’s infrastructures.

Learn Extra: SBCA chief seeks record of all unlawful marriage halls, buildings in Karachi

Earlier on February 2, Director Normal of the Sindh Constructing Management Authority (SBCA), Iftikhar Qaimkhani, had sought record of buildings, marriage ceremony halls and different constructions constructed illegally within the metropolis so well timed motion could possibly be taken in opposition to them.

The DG SBCA had directed the officers to finalize and submit the record by Feb 4, in any other case strict motion will probably be taken in opposition to them.

The SBCA director normal had first summoned the record from officers on Jan 22, however his orders fell on deaf ears.





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