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City Nazim’s performance lauded

KARACHI: Renowned businessmen, industrialists and philanthropists of the metropolis have lauded the City Nazim’s one year performance and demanded through a resolution for handing over 100 percent land control and traffic police to the city government in order to resolve the citizens’ problems without any further delay. Renowned industrialist Mian Zahid Hussain, Patron All Pakistan Lubricants Manufactures Association, said this while addressing a reception hosted in honour of City Nazim Syed Mustafa Kamal for his completing one year in office. He also moved a resolution which was unanimously approved by all participants.

The reception was attended, among others, by former Chief Justice of Pakistan Saeeduzzaman Siddiqi, businessmen S.M. Muneer, Habib Khan, Sirajul Islam Bukhari, Moid, Gulzar Feroze, Sardar Yasin Malik, Saleem Siddiqi, Sharfuddin Memon, Arif Khan advocate, Yahya Polani and Fazal Karim Dadabhai. Speaking on the occasion, City Nazim Syed Mustafa said that he derived his vision to develop city on the motto of providing maximum civic facilities to the citizens and make their lives easier.

“We have set our vision on the very first day i.e to resolve the problems confronting the citizens, including the provision of clean potable water, improving sewerage system, providing medical facilities to poor and enhancing education quality in government schools, besides solving the long pending problem of transport in the metropolis,” he added. He said that the city government during the last one year period has spent each and every penny to provide civic facilities to the people.

The Nazim said it was for the first time that the city government has inducted businessmen and industrialists in various committees to monitor its performance.
Speaking on the occasion, prominent industrialist Mian Zahid Hussain lauded the City Nazim for completing various mega projects in a record eight-month time. Industrialist S.M. Muneer said the newly constructed roads in the city had not witnessed rainwater accumulation, adding, these roads could be compared to any European country.
Source: The News
Date:12/7/2006