KARACHI: Mayor Karachi Waseem Akhtar has announced to support the “Clean My Karachi” drive initiated by the Sindh government which has kicked off today.
Talking to media after appearing the anti-terrorism court, Mayor Karachi said that he had held a meeting with local body minister Nasir Ali Shah regarding the garbage of Karachi and we have decided to support the campaign.
Waseem Akhtar said that we have to solve problems of people adding that he has instructed all the districts to cooperate with the Sindh government in its cleanliness drive.
Earlier, Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah launched a massive drive “Clean My Karachi” in which over 600 dumpers, shovels, tractors, and 4000 workers would participate all over the city.
According to details, the deputy commissioners have been provided Rs50 million each along with it at temporary Garbage Transfer Stations (GTS) and then the same garbage would be transported to Landfill Sites of Godpas and Jam Chakro by Sindh Solid Waste Management Authority.
Through a 10-days exercise, the deputy commissioners have divided garbage lifting work on sub-division level where the provincial government has provided tractors, loaders, shovels, tractor trollies and other machinery to the deputy commissioners.
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