KARACHI: Bahria Town has received accolades for the quality of cleaning work and lifting of thousands of tonnes of garbage since the commencement of its 2nd ‘Clean Karachi’ campaign on October 3, 2017, says a statement issued by the Bahria Town Karachi on Saturday.
The ‘Clean Karachi Campaign’ kicked off from the Central District of Karachi. The areas that come under this district are further divided into four zones – Liaquatabad, New Karachi, Gulberg and North Nazimabad.
More than 12,000 tonnes of garbage has already been lifted from zone one – Liaquatabad – and dumped in the official dumping site of Jam Chakro.
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Upon the completion of work in Liaquatabad, Mayor Karachi Waseem Akhtar visited the area and showed immense satisfaction over the quality and extent of cleaning work.
“Not only did Bahria Town stand firmly with the people of Karachi but each and every member of the Bahria Town team showed enthusiasm and willingness in performing the task to perfection,” the mayor said.
“It was definitely not an easy task to clean a huge area such as Liaquatabad in this short span of time yet the Bahria Town team managed to achieve the target and did so with utmost dedication for which I would like to congratulate them,” he added.
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On the occasion, Bahria Town GM Commander Zulfiqar Memon said, “We have received complete cooperation from the residents and on numerous occasions people stopped over and shared their gratitude and well wishes for Bahria Town and Malik Riaz Hussain Sahab. We are also trying our level best to fulfil the promise that Malik Sahab made to the people of Karachi.”
He said, “After completion of cleaning work in zone one today, we are moving to New Karachi which is our zone two and we pray that we achieve success in lifting the garbage in record time over there as well. And I must add here that we have received strong support from Chairman DMC Central throughout for which we are very grateful.”
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