CM Sindh Warns to Seal Buildings and Shops for Throwing Garbage on Roads

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“I will seal the building if I find debris in front of it”, Murad Ali Shah said while talking about cleanliness drive

Chief Minister of Sindh Murad Ali Shah has issued a warning for sealing buildings and shops for throwing garbage on roads and streets across Karachi.

According to ARY News, CM Sindh chaired a high-level meeting about the active cleanliness drive in Karachi for which his party is facing a lot of criticism for not making it effective. He reviewed the measures taken in this campaign and delivered important instructions including the removal of encroachments and plantation of trees besides disposal of garbage.

The cleanliness drive in Karachi was started after the recent spell of rains that exposed Sindh government’s performance.

 

Murad Ali Shah has also ordered the provincial ministers to monitor different localities.

He has directed the chairman of all union councils to take the responsibility of maintaining cleanliness in their areas.

The chairman of all union councils should own the responsibility of maintaining cleanliness in the area which is cleared by the provincial authorities.

CM Shah also instructed to construct 280 garbage transfer stations in Korangi besides ordering water board authorities to repair gutters.

Moreover, he has also directed the deputy commissioners to take part in the anti-polio vaccination campaign alongside running the cleanliness campaign. Murad Ali Shah also advised Deputy Commissioner South to start tree plantation campaign and to improve the sewerage water system.

CM Sindh said that he will seal the building he finds garbage on its connecting road. He also directed the shopkeepers to keep the area in front of their shops clean.

There are many commercial areas in the South district and the people should be restricted to follow the rule to not throwing garbage on roads.

I will seal the building if I find debris in front of it on its connecting roads. Shopkeepers must place dustbins outside their shops, otherwise, the shops will be sealed as well.

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