Sindh govt to allot cabin shops to Empress Market shopkeepers after anti-encroachment drive

Park and monuments will be built in areas adjoining Empress Market, says provincial adviser

News Desk December 04, 2018
Park and monuments will be built in areas adjoining the Empress Market. PHOTO: EXPRESS

The Sindh government on Tuesday decided to allot cabin shops to shopkeepers affected by the recent anti-encroachment drive in the Empress Market area of Saddar, reported Express News.

The new shops will be installed around the market area and the provincial government's adviser Murtaza Wahab said small size cabins will be designed for the purpose. He added that a double-decker bus will also ply in the surrounding area.

Empress Market evictees await justice, rehabilitation

Wahab added that "park and monuments will be built in adjoining areas of Empress Market". He further said fences will be installed to immediately secure the evacuated land adjoining Empress market.

Chief Minister Sindh Murad Ali Shah has also notified the concerned departments to prepare alternative plans for the use of recovered land.


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