Problems of Karachi city
Karachi is the centre of exchange and monetary exercises and operations. In past, it was viewed as the ‘city of lights’ as it was splendid and sparkling. The streets were washed consistently at night and the light posts were there to light every spot. This all apears to be excessively intriguing and psycho’s fantasy at present, for Today’s Karachi is the inverse of what we knew about it from our parents.
The Karachi we discover today is loaded with problems. Sewerage problem is the most serious problem of the day. The streets are generally blocked as a result of chocked sewerage lines. These lines were implied for the needs of a limited populace; however, with the extension of population, these lines and service infrastructure turned out to be lacking. The legislature tackles singular sewerage problems on adhoc premise so the outcome is very disillusioning. The lines, which are cleared and rehabilitated today, chock again after a couple of days and in this manner, the filthy water is seen standing all over and causes a number of ailments. Another Serious problem is the deficiency of drinking water.
Water is the essential need of the general public. Karachi has long been enduring the lack of water and people are left on the mercy of the Tankers’ mafia. The most woeful thing is that sooner or later, the sewerage blends with the drinking water and spoils the drinking water supplied to the people. In short we can say that problems of Karachi are innumerable, people are languishing and are aspiring for a saviour who could relieve them from these worries. — Via email