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Bahria Town flyover inaugurated in Karachi

KARACHI: A flyover and two underpasses, built by Bahria Town, were inaugurated in Karachi on Friday, ARY News reported.

The flyover and underpasses are constructed near Abdullah Shah Ghazi shrine in Clifton area. The projects were inaugurated by Ghulam Jillani, 70, who is years-old worker of Bahria Town.

Speaking on the occasion, Chairman Bahria Town Malik Riaz said the uplift projects were completed in a period of one year.

He said the country become like Europe and America within two years if traders invest their money in Pakistan.

Mr. Riaz began his speech paying tributes to former Karachi mayor Syed Mustafa Kamal for his hard slogging efforts in materializing the projects.

He said the projects, costing around Rs 20.8 billion, are a gift to citizens of Karachi.

The administrator of the project said Bahria Town financed these three projects to reduce the traffic burden around the shrine, Park Towers, 26th Street and Muhammad Bin Qasim Park.

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