A high-level assembly chaired by Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah can be held in Karachi on Monday to debate problems with Okay-IV water provide undertaking.
Governor Sindh Imran Ismail and Federal Minister for Planning and Growth Khusro Bakhtiar can even attend the assembly, Radio Pakistan reported.
They can even go to Keenjhar Lake in Thatta.
Over the past assembly in June, Murad Ali Shah had mentioned that the well timed completion of Okay-IV undertaking is a high precedence of the provincial authorities.
The undertaking was initiated to ship 600 Million Gallons Per Day (MGD) water to plenty in three steps. “The 70 % civil work of package deal ‘A’ has been accomplished,” the CM had mentioned, including that the undertaking was given to Frontier Works Organisation (FWO) in 2016 for value Rs28.18 billion.
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“Mechanical and technical work of the undertaking can be accomplished in ‘package deal B’. The ability plant of 50 megawatts has but to be put in for the undertaking,” he had added.
He had mentioned that Rs 18.6 billion is required for the completion of the undertaking.