Karachi: Barrister Murtaza Wahab, the Chief Minister’s (CM) Advisor on Law, Karachi Administrator, and Sindh Government spokesperson, visited various areas of Karachi on Wednesday, including Garden, Tower, Pak Colony, Hawksbay Road, and Keamari, to review progress on various projects, according to news sources.
The Karachi Administrator inspected the progress of a 6-kilometer roadway being built at a cost of Rs. 400 million from Ghani Chowrangi to Labour Square Hub River Road. Previously, the road had two-and-a-half-foot-wide potholes that rendered it unsuitable for vehicles. Carpeting is expected to begin within a week, according to reports.
During his visit, Karachi Administrator Wahab visited the Hawksbay Road construction site and reviewed the city’s drainage preparations. He stated that Hawksbay Road is now complete, and that the installation of street lighting and tree planting should begin soon.
Wahab announced during his visit to the Pak Colony that a park will be built on 162 acres of land in Gutter Bagheecha. He also stated that the current 10-acre park will be renovated and made accessible to the general public. Trans Lyari Park will be renovated as well, while the other two parks will be restored. Furthermore, the administrator ordered the removal of slogans from municipal walls in order to improve the aesthetics of the area.