Karachi: According to a recent news report, the plaque was unveiled by the Chief Minister of Sindh, provincial ministers, and LATI office bearers to commemorate the completion of three roads in the Landhi Industrial District. Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah inaugurated three roads of the Landhi Industrial Area in Landhi.
Saeed Ghani, Ikramullah Dharejo, Nasir Shah, Advisor Murtaza Wahab, MNA Agha Rafiullah, MPAs Saleem Baloch, Yousif Baloch, Shahina Sher Ali, Salman Murad, and others accompanied him, according to a statement.
The CM, along with provincial ministers and Landhi Association of Trade and Industry (LATI) office bearers, unveiled the plaque to commemorate the completion of three roads in the Landhi Industrial district.
These three roads cost Rs. 530.579 million and include the 8000 roads up to Landhi Industrial Area via Future More, the road from Dawood Chowarngi to Younis Textile, Landhi, and the road from General Tyre, Mehran Highway to Landhi Industrial Area.
Syed Murad Ali Shah, speaking to the media on the occasion, said he had given Rs 2.5 billion to six SITES in Karachi as a grant to build roads in their respective regions. “It took a long time, but they built the road properly,” he concluded.