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KMC targets encroachments in three Karachi districts

They included the Central, East and Korangi districts

SAMAA | - Posted: Feb 12, 2021 | Last Updated: 12 months ago
SAMAA |
Posted: Feb 12, 2021 | Last Updated: 12 months ago

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The Karachi Metropolitan Corporation removed on Thursday encroachments in the city’s Central, East and Korangi districts.

In Korangi district, KMC teams removed encroachments from Chiragh Hotel, Landhi and Korangi no. 5. Officials demolished illegal shops, pushcarts, cabins from footpaths.

In District East, officials targeted Fatima Jinnah Colony in Jamshed Town. They removed counters, cabins, hotel items from service roads and footpaths.

An anti-encroachment operation continued around the Gujjar nullah in District Central on Thursday.

KMC staffers removed soft encroachments along a 10-kilometre section of the stormwater drain, Senior KMC Director Bashir Siddiqui said. Four teams have been working on the drain, he added.

On Thursday, KMC staffers removed soft encroachments, including shanties and cattle farms, from Nazimabad no 4 to Khamosh Colony.

Siddiqui said all soft encroachments on the Gujjar nullah would be removed by the end of this week.

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2 Comments

  1. Khan  February 14, 2021 12:43 am/ Reply

    Please act against encroachments in Bhittai Colony area of Korangi, Karachi.

  2. Muhammad Junaid  February 15, 2021 9:24 am/ Reply

    KMC should take action and remove encroachments in Nazimabad #1 Al Hassan area. Counters cabins and specially tea hotel stuffs should be removed from there.

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