Sindh’s PPP CM will take office soon. Wahab Murtaza

The chief minister of the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) will take office in Sindh on Monday, according to Mayor Karachi Murtaza Wahab.

Speaking to reporters in Karachi, Murtaza Wahab stated that construction is underway on a sewerage project that would cost 37.5 million rupees and span from Tin Hatti to Post Office Liaquatabad. The project is expected to be finished a year ahead of schedule.

According to him, 36 and 42-inch-diameter pipelines are being installed one kilometre apart. When this project is finished, approximately 200,000 residents in the region will have access to water, and the issues about sewage will be resolved.
Furthermore, no UC chairman has been chosen from this region; yet, we are continuously working on development projects and improving the city’s drainage and water supplies in every district. The newly elected members of the Sindh Assembly are scheduled to take the oath on Saturday, according to Murtaza Wahab.

He said that the PPP mayor wants to collaborate with you, that the GDA has maintained no communication with the public, and that Jamaat-e-Islami’s (JI) only task is to protest. Other than that, they have no other duties.

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