Govt. Offers a Turkish Firm to Make Karachi Garbage-Free

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On Monday Sindh government, offered a Turkish firm to remove garbage from Karachi and to make the city garbage-free.

The officials of the Turkish firm—OZPAK J V, met with the Chief Minister of Sindh—Murad Ali Shah and the Minister for Local Bodies—Nisar Hussain Shah at the Chief Minister House on Monday.

While speaking to media, Shah that the firm would be given the task of lifting the garbage and cleaning the roads. He said that 6 garbage transfer stations—GTSs would have to be made for serving the purpose.

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The CM said that the Turkish firm would be transporting the garbage to these stations.

The government has got the plans of launching an Edhi Line transport service for the people of Karachi.

Abdul Sattar Edhi is no small name. Every Pakistani and even the world knows about the welfare service provided by this man. The transport line has been named after him. He died in 2016.

Sindh Information Minister Saeed Ghani announced this project and said that initial work on the project has been nearly done.

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