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It is imperative that a mega city like Karachi has its own police force separate from the Sindh police
When the elections come around in 2023, Khan will be judged by the masses for the work he did during his tenure.
Throwing cash at Sindh, hoping that it will reform itself, represents a short-sighted approach towards a larger issue
The constant tussle between the provincial government and local bodies has resulted in complete chaos.
As an MNA, he holds more clout and political strength than before, hence should come out of his street rallying mode.
Without any alternatives, people will erect tents outside their homes to carry out their wedding festivities.
When it comes to nabbing street criminals who usually roam around on motor bikes, our law enforcers seem incapable.
People will be displaced and many will go jobless but in the longer run, violations will come down significantly.
When the immaculately-managed city of Lahore couldn’t bear the brunt of nature and was unprepared, how can Karachi?
Karachi is not the same as Lahore and it will not take the same things to build up this city. It has its own problems.
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