Karachi, November 19, 2012 (PPI-OT): KMC was preparing PC-I for Hawks Bay Truck Stand Keamari in which recommendations from all municipal departments would be included. Chief Officer KMC Matanat Ali Khan said this while chairing a meeting held with the delegation of Karachi Goods Carrier Association Hawks bay Truck Stand.
The meeting was attended by Chief Officer Keamari Masroor Memon, Chief Engineer Raheem Baksh Shaikh, Chief Engineer KW and SB M. Owais Malik, President of KGCA Muhammad Khalid Khan, Vice President Muhammad Aslam, General Secretary Muhammad Shoaib and other officers.
Chief Officer Matanat Ali Khan said that after Ashura he would pay a detailed visit with the officers of all municipal departments including KWSB and review the problems of Hawks bay Truck Stand to ensure the resolution of problems.
He said that the obstacles in providing municipal problems would be removed and all concerned departments and officers should prepare a detailed report of all possible work to ensure the availability of municipal facilities.
He said that Administration of Keamari Town and KMC would soon initiate the measures regarding cleanliness, removing of encroachments and repairing of roads and street lights. General Secretary Karachi Goods Carrier Association Muhammad Shoaib Khan said that Chief Officer Matanat Ali Khan had also resolved our municipal problems before.
The president of KGCA Muhammad Khalid Khan said that it was our very important role in economic development of Pakistan therefore it was necessary to consider our recommendations. He also said that KGCA after 700 connections would pay Rs25000 for each which would improve water supply.
KMC would restore the fees of Hawks bay truck stand after the availability of municipal facilities which would be a good source of income. Matanat Ali Khan ensured the delegation that KMC would fully cooperate for the resolution of their municipal problems.
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