Di­lap­i­dated roads of Karachi

Pakistan Observer - - OPINION -

MINAHIL FATIMA I wish to seek at­ten­tion of the con­cerned author­i­ties to­wards the poor con­di­tion of the roads of the city of Karachi. Al­most all the roads in the city are mined. It has cre­ated a se­ri­ous prob­lem for the res­i­dents to pur­sue their rou­tine life er­rands. It is the cause of many ac­ci­dents in the city. It also causes se­vere dam­age to the run­ning ve­hi­cles. Poor drainage system is also re­spon­si­ble for dam­ag­ing the roads. It is a well-ex­pressed fact that the peo­ple of Karachi pay a huge amount of ve­hi­cle tax. Hence it is the fun­da­men­tal right of the cit­i­zens to have bet­ter roads for their ve­hi­cles.

This prob­lem has reached at its ex­treme and is, con­se­quently, creat­ing panic among cit­i­zens. I hope that the con­cerned author­i­ties must look into the mat­ter se­ri­ously and must take some prompt and nec­es­sary ac­tion to re­solve this prob­lem. — Via email

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