Karachi: The Greater Karachi Water Supply Scheme, also known as the K-IV project, will begin construction in the next three to four months and is expected to be completed by October 2023, according to a senior member of the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) government.

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Asad Umar, the federal minister for planning, development, and special initiatives, presided over a meeting in Islamabad to assess the status of the massive project, which the federal government recently took over from the Sindh government.

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The meeting was attended by Abdul Aziz Uqaili, Additional Secretary for Development, Amir Mughal, project director Amir Mughal, project consultants Dr Bashir Lakhani, and top officials. According to a statement released following the meeting, “the project director briefed the minister on the amended PC-1 of the K-IV project, its components, and design details.”

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