KARACHI: Keeping up that both the Center and Sindh run off the endeavors of Karachi, city chairman Wasim Akhtar mentioned Prime Minister Imran Khan to pay heed to the issues of the provincial capital of Sindh.
Talking at a service held at the Karachi Press Club to respect columnist Tahir Siddiqi for qualifying in the Karachi Marathon, Akhtar said that the residents of Karachi cast the votes that permitted the development of the government, yet their issues were not being tended to.
During the address, the chairman included that Karachi was being pulverized by stale sewerage water and trash lying on streets, which were spreading perilous maladies, just as the way that few regions of the city have been without running water for as far back as a quarter of a year.
Akhtar kept up that the worries of the city would not be unraveled by a one-day visit by the Prime Minister and rather ought to be given consideration by the government, despite the fact that it was the Sindh government’s obligation to give water and keep up the sewerage system.
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17 November, 2019