KARACHI: Sindh’s Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah has said that the government will provide residential plots to flood victims who are keen on settling in Karachi.
Addressing a gathering during a visit to a flood relief camp in Razzaqabad today (Wednesday), Shah said, “None of the flood victims are homeless. They are getting full facilities at relief camps.”
He said that a crackdown on land mafia would continue in the city.
“The government is not going anywhere. It will complete its five-year constitutional term,” he said.
Shah claimed the government has fully curbed the incidents of target killings. SAMAA