ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister Asad Omar has said that politics will continue in Karachi, we want to solve the problems of Karachi, 2 weeks task has been set for speedy work in Karachi.
According to details, while giving a press conference in Islamabad today, Federal Minister Asad Umar said that a two-week task has been set to start work in Karachi expeditiously, work will be started by shortlisting the projects within two weeks. Some projects will be led by the federal government and some by the Sindh government.
Asad Umar said that today there are 6 issues of Karachi which have been agreed upon. The first is to solve the problem of drinking water, sewage water, garbage collection, elimination of encroachments from drains and roads. There is also a consensus to improve transport in the city.
The Federal Minister said that consultations would also be held regarding the financing of the projects. It would be decided within two weeks which projects were important and within two weeks a comprehensive plan for Karachi would be unveiled.
He said that politics will continue, accountability will continue according to the law, but we will continue to work together for the development of the country, if there is consensus between the federal and provincial governments, then the work will move forward.
Asad Umar said that they want to solve the problems of the people as soon as possible. There are political differences with the Sindh government but there will be no politics in the development work. When problems arose due to rains, the chairman was sent to NDMA When it rained, the people saw that there were not many problems. Karachi is a mini-Pakistan, which is more important to pay attention to.
He said that a meeting was held today with a delegation led by Chief Minister Sindh in which it was agreed to work together with Sindh government in 6 sectors. Plans related to Karachi are being worked on but they are not being worked on. A six-member committee has also been formed to work together on these projects.
Federal Minister Asad Omar said that another meeting would be held in Karachi on Saturday