Sindh Transport Minister Awais Qadir Shah said on Thursday that construction work on Karachi's Red Line BRT project would start from next year
Awais Qadir Shah
The proposed transport plan laid out under the supervision of transport minister Awais Qadir also includes running 200 CNG buses across Karachi
The bureau has handed over a list of questions to the Sindh minister and directed him to appear again before the NAB this month, sources said.
The high court bench has approved the bail before arrest of the minister till October 16 and directed him to deposit a bond of Rs. five lac as security deposit for bail.
Shah was of the opinion that the federal government was responsible for operating the project post it's completion which to him seemed difficult and impossible.
"Under the agreement 200 buses will be plied on the roads of Karachi within 60 days of the signing of the transport deal", the minister said.
KARACHI: Sindh's Minister of Transport Awais Qadir Shah has asked the I.G. Sindh Police for implementation of the order of removing gas cylinders from school vans, ARY News reported. Provincial transport minister in a letter to the Sindh Police chief has asked for implementation of the government order about removal of CNG cylinders from the vans used for transportation of school students. He said that the children not being provided safe vehicles for school transport despite clear government orders. He said the van…