Murad dispels ‘rumours’ about shelving K-IV project, renaming Karachi

Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has dispelled the impression that the provincial government has shelved the K-IV project and said Governor Imran Ismail might not have the knowledge of the efforts being made by him to complete it by making necessary changes in its design. — DawnNewsTV/File

KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has dispelled the impression that the provincial government has shelved the K-IV project and said Governor Imran Ismail might not have the knowledge of the efforts being made by him to complete it by making necessary changes in its design.

“The K-IV is the most important project for this city, but it has some design faults which we are working to remove,” he clarified and added that the report Nespak had submitted about the project was discussed in the meeting with Federal Minister Khusro Bakhtiar.

The chief minister stated this while talking to the media just after paying his homage to Quaid-i-Millat Liaquat Ali Khan on his 68th martyrdom anniversary by laying a wreath on his grave on Wednesday.

In reply to a question, the chief minister, who was accompanied by provincial ministers Imtiaz Shaikh, Murtaza Baloch and Murtaza Wahab, said that apart from removing the design defects in the K-IV project, he was working to improve the existing system under which around 200MGD water would be made available for the city by the middle of next year.

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