Karachi: Barrister Murtaza Wahab, the city administrator and spokesman for the province administration, stated on Sunday that his goal was to restore the city and promised to make a “fundamental adjustment” in its municipal infrastructure.
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“I’m not going to talk about the past; I’m just thinking about the future, and a fundamental shift is coming soon,” he said, adding that the province administration was working on a magnificent leisure area for the residents on the Manora beaches, which would be finished in the next six months.
During his travels to Manora, Sandspit, Gulbai, and other districts in Keamari district, the administrator stated this to the media. Asif Jan, the Chief Minister’s Special Assistant, joined him.
Mr Wahab stated during his visit to Sandspit Road that the road was previously in a decrepit state. He said that nighttime traffic in the region was no longer an issue, and that robberies, which had previously been a major threat, had been significantly reduced. He said, “The Sindh chief minister has given instructions to eliminate street crimes.”
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Barrister Wahab stated that 90% of the Mauripur Road work had been finished, bringing more ease to the residents. He stated that residents’ and government entities’ assistance was also required for the city’s improvement. “My elder brother is the local government minister, and we work together for the welfare of the people,” he added.
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