Jul 112017
 
Traffic problems

This is to draw the attention of the concerned authorities to the violation of traffic rules in Lea Market. Apart from creating chaos in the area, the current traffic situation in is causing immense hardships and inconvenience to commuters and the residents of Lyari. Transporters park their vehicles in the middle of the road. In addition, fruit vendors and rickshaw owners block the entire traffic by parking their carts and vehicles at the main junction. The traffic police also cannot control this situation. The concerned authorities are requested to take effective steps in this regard in order to provide relief to commuters. Abdul Aziz Khatri Karachi Click for detailed story

Jul 072017
 
Traffic woes

This is to draw the attention of the concerned authorities to the problem of frequent traffic jams in Karachi. The reasons for this problem are the construction of high-rise buildings, the same old narrow roads and a significant increase in the number of vehicles on road. In place of one bungalow or a house, multi-storey flats with twenty or above floors are constructed. The drainage lines are the same old and completely rotted, and are often choked, which creates hindrances in the smooth flow of the traffic. The condition of drinking water supply is also alarming. The people are making hue and cry every passing day and are seen protesting for water on the roads, creating hindrances for the traffic. The higher authorities must take some major steps to control this situation. Proper planning is required to deal with the situation in an effective manner. Abdul Aziz Khatri Karachi Click for detailed story

Jun 162017
 
Unheard pleas

Residents of Lyari have been facing the problems of loadshedding and the gas shortage since the first day of Ramazan. On one hand, power remains out for 10 to 12 hours. On the other hand, especially during Sehri and Iftar, the low gas pressure creates problems for the residents. The relevant authorities must resolve the issue at the earliest. It is also the responsibility of the government to alleviate the sufferings of the people. It should take back the full control of KE and give relief to the people who are greatly affected by poor performance of KE. Abdul Aziz Khatri Karachi Click for detailed story

Jun 122017
 
It?s not a toy

This is to draw the attention of the Home Department Government of Sindh that toy guns are being frequently sold in Karachi. Recently, Karachi Commissioner put a temporary ban on the manufacturing and sale of toy guns for a period of two months. Although it is a commendable step, more steps should be taken to put an end to the sale of the toy. These toy guns are being used by robbers in various street crimes. In addition, these guns are a bad influence on children. The concerned authorities must place a permanent ban on the manufacturing and sale of toy guns. In the meanwhile, the authorities should confiscate these toy guns from the local markets immediately. Abdul Aziz Khatri Lyari Click for detailed story

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