Karachi: Barrister Murtaza Wahab, Administrator Karachi and Sindh government spokesman, said on Wednesday that a park will be built on 162 acres of land in Gutter Bagheecha, while the current 10-acre park will be restored and offered to the public.
On his travels to Tower, Garden, Pak Colony, Keamari, Hawks Bay Road, and other locations, he mentioned this. “In the next days, it will be the largest park for the enjoyment of the residents of District Keamari. The development of this park will benefit the residents of Pak Colony, Garden, Old Golimar, and other nearby localities. The two parks will be restored, and Trans Lyari Park will be enhanced further,” he added.
Asif Khan, Special Assistant Chief Minister Sindh, Mukhtar Abro, Municipal Commissioner District Keamari Afaq Saeed, and KMC and KDA officials were also in attendance. He visited the parks of Pak Colony, as well as Hawks Bay Road, which was being built in the site area, and the drainage preparations in the city before the rains, on this occasion.
He stated that a state of emergency has been proclaimed in the city, and that the Karachi Metropolitan Corporation’s employees’ vacations have been cancelled. The KMC personnel, as well as all DMCs, will be on the ground and ready to deal with any issue that arises as a result of the rains.