Karachi: Syed Zia Abbas Shah Rizvi, Sindh Minister for Works and Services, stated on Sunday that his agency was using all available resources to strengthen inter-district connection. He said that a 49-kilometer two-lane road linking Karachi and Thatta had cost Rs. 8.8 billion to build.
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Trees have also been planted alongside the road, he said. An Emergency Response Center was also included of the project. A state-of-the-art Emergency Response Center, a fire station with modern fire tenders, and ambulance services are also part of the project.
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He also added that there are two 55-ton heavy cranes on the road to keep traffic flowing, while speaking to the media after a tree-planting ceremony. Syed Zia Abbas Shah, the provincial minister for works and services, added that roughly 15,000 saplings had been planted so far as part of the effort, which will continue.
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