Sindh CM visits Karachi areas, dissatisfied over sanitary conditions

KARACHI: Chief Minister of Sindh Murad Ali Shah visited different parts of Karachi on Tuesday evening and expressed his dissatisfaction with municipal officers over the cleanliness and sanitary conditions in the city.

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Murad Ali Shah visited Quaidabad, Shah Faisal Colony, Natha Khan Bridge, Shahrah-e-Faisal, Sohrab Goth and Federal B. Area during his tour of the city.

He expressed his anger and resentment to the concerned municipal officer over failure to keep the city clean after seeing garbage dumps in the areas he visited.

During his visit the chief minister Shah also bought a badge of national flag from a roadside stall in Federal B Area Block 14 and wore it. He also placed another badge on the chest of local bodies minister.

The supporters and locals also took selfies with the chief minister and some people even saluted him.

Chief Minister Shah devoured Nehari with his ministers at an eatery in Hussainabad.

Sindh chief minister has warned the top municipal officials to perform or face dismissal from their duties.

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