Sindh CM Declares Increase in Allocation of Funds for Union Councils

News Desk2 weeks ago

“I’ll give you [UCs] more funds and will hold you accountable for your prudent spending,” the chief minister declared during a Q&A session with PPP representatives and party staff regarding the 2024–25 budget.

The chief minister announced that, in response to party workers’ recommendations, his administration would give Karachians access to transportation, sanitation, and water supplies, especially in the city’s less developed areas. He also gave the Excise, Taxation, and Narcotic Control Minister instructions to eradicate the drug cartel from the area.

According to Murad Shah, a PPP plan to build a sewerage treatment facility would be launched for Rs 135 billion, allowing cleaned wastewater to be used for industrial purposes.

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Mangroves and marine life are being severely harmed by the untreated dumping of industrial waste and municipal wastewater into the sea, according to Sadia Majeed, President of the PPP Women wing Malir district. At this point, the CM gave her the reassurance that the province was working to build treatment plants so that wastewater could be cleaned and put to use in farming.

She brought up the fact that kids in Rehri, Lath Basti, and other surrounding villages were openly doing drugs. Commissioner Karachi was instructed by the chief minister to deal sternly with the local drug trafficking syndicate. He continued by saying that his government has already launched a focused campaign against the city’s narcotics gang.

In their request for the chief minister to give them with these facilities, Shahida Rehmani, UC President Imran Bapra, and Moosa Mengal District Keamari brought up the issues of water scarcity and lack of medical services at the islands of Baba and Bhit. He brought up the fact that patients from Baba & Bhit were brought to the city by boats, and that the Keamari Road was still congested when the patients arrived.

They also mentioned that the Kemari district’s schools lacked enough teachers. The district manager announced that Keamari, which was just established, would receive all the amenities that the employees had mentioned during the meeting.

Shahida Rehmani brought out the lack of female colleges and transportation problems. She implored the chief minister to start building the Manghopir road. There are no parks or playgrounds at Surjani Park, Keamari, or any nearby regions. The local government was instructed by the CM to create parks and playgrounds. He promised to complete the Manghopir road plan soon.

 

 

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