KARACHI, Pakistan: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah will launch first phase of K-IV project to provide 260 MGD water to Karachiites on Sunday.
Addressing a gathering at FPCCI organised by Rehabilitation Response (RR) Syed Murad Shah while talking about the problems being faced by provincial metropolis said that another glaring issue of the city is water.
“Tomorrow on August 14, I am going to launch K-IV project to provide 260 MGD water to the residents of this city, and this would also help to provide more water to the industrialists,” he assured and said it was first phase of K-IV and then there would be another phase for another 260 MGD, said a statement here Saturday.
The chief minister said that he had launched a Rs 10 billion special package to repair, rehabilitate, recast and reconstruct important roads of the city.
“I know Karachi contributes in the national exchequer more than any other city, therefore it must be given due share for which I am striving hard and working to give a new beautiful shape to this city,” he said.
Dr Ajmjad Guzar of RR on the occasion handed over keys of seven ambulances which are fully equipped to the chief minister. These ambulances are almost mobile health unit.
The chief minister thanked Dr Amjad Gulzar for donation.
Those who spoke on the occasion include S.M Munir, Khalid Tabba, Dr Amjad Gulzar and Dr Iqbal.
Opposition Leader in the National Assembly Syed Khursheed Shah, MNA Naveed Qamar, Special assistant to CM Qasim Naveed and others attended the FPCCI programme.