KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has said that the second phase Karachi Package-II and completion of the first phase will change the face of the city. The city which has turned a peaceful one.
He said this while presiding over a meeting to review the progress of Karachi package here at Chief Minister House, said a statement issued here on Wednesday.
The meeting was attended by Minister for P&D Mir Hazar Khan Bijarani, Local Government Minister Jam Khan Shoro, Chairman P&D Mohammad Waseem, Principal Secretary to CM Sohail Rajput, PD Karachi Package Niaz Soomro and others. The Chief Minister said that the completion of underpass at Submarine Chowrangi has taken long time.
It must be completed at the earliest. On this the local government minister said that he had visited the underpass. Its one track would be opened for traffic on November 15. Giving the progress of Bridge at Intersection of Sunset Boulevard and Gizri Boulevard, Jam Khan said the project would cost Rs. 700 million. All its legal formalities have been completed. The chief minister directed the PD to start work by November 15.
The PD, Niaz Soomro said that the technical evaluation of report has been measured on SPPRA Website and as per target the work would be started in November. The other works to be started by November are construction of Rs. 650 million Road from Fuwara Chowk to Garden via Abdullah Haroon Road and back to Fuwara Chowk via Zaibunisa.
Construction of Rs350 million road from Tank Chowk to Super Highway via Thado Nalla. Pre-qualification for the project has been completed.
Reconstruction of Rs 280 million Tipu Sultan Road from Shahrahe Fsail to Karsaz, Construction of RS1.5 billion bridge at Tipu Sultan and Khalid Bin Waleed Intersection at Shaheed-e-Millat Road, widening of Rs270 million reconstruction of stadium road from University road to Rashid Minhas.
Construction of remodeling of 12000 Road Landhi Korangi for Rs1.5 billion . On the road two bridge would also be constructed. Improvement Plan for Rs240 million Roads at Cantt Railway station.