Lahore: According to press reports, Korea has given $10 billion in financial aid to Lahore City to help with the city’s rising sewage water crisis.

A representative of the Korean Agency for International Development (KOICA) provided the cash while in a meeting with Syed Zahid Aziz, the Managing Director (MD) of the Water and Sanitation Agency (WASA), at the WASA Head Office.

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The organisation has already identified six potential locations for the building of water treatment plants in Lahore, including the Shadman Drain, Gulberg Drain, Shalimar Escape Channel, and Stokatla Drain, as well as a facility at Forman Christian College University (FC). A pilot project will be developed at the WASA training centre, according to MD WASA.

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