Non-discriminatory accountability is imperative: Murtaza Wahab
Spokesperson of Sindh Government and Advisor for Law , Environment & Coastal Development Barrister Murtaza Wahab has said that those who oppose the new district of Kemari in Karachi are the ones who have divided Hyderabad into four districts. It was acceptable for them to tear apart the city but the problems of the citizens of Karachi are being solved on their doorstep.
They are finding it annoying. The people responsible for the civic problems in the mega city Karachi are the ones who misused the immense powers in the past. He said in an informal conversation with media persons in his Office that in the past, the claimants of this city had misused their powers and had commercialized the main highways of the city.
He said that the solution to Karachi's problems is not in having a multiple chairman / mayor but in appointing a boss. He said that the PPP cures the civic bodies. However, their non-discriminatory accountability is also imperative. The city of more than 30 million people controls barely 40% of the city. The rest is controlled by federal agencies and cantonments, but unfortunately in some parts of the city When issues arise, the blame is shifted to the Sindh government, KMC or DMCs which is based on utter injustice and malice.
He said that there are seventeen agencies in the city which own the land of this city. The most important road of the city, Shahra-e-Faisal, is mostly owned by cantonments. Federal Railways has set up societies on Shahra-e-Faisal where hundreds of buildings have been constructed.
He said that unfortunately in the past the city and its people were oppressed and the roads here were commercialized which resulted in a small plot of land. A ten-storey building was constructed across the city from these areas.
Barrister Murtaza Wahab said in response to a question that the settlement of hundreds of people in a ten-storey building on a family plot had created problems in the drainage system of the city. Institutions were destroyed. Only five and a half thousand people were recruited in the Water Board. The infrastructure of this institution was destroyed. Fake recruitments were made by reckless use of powers. Instead of increasing revenue, expenses were increased. Who knows who is responsible for this catastrophe?
Responding to a question from DA, MDE, SBCA (then KBCA) and other agencies, he said that DHA is a covered area of Karachi but in the rains there There is no Sindh government or KMC government. Why the question does not go there? Responding to a question about the accumulation of rainwater in Central District. He alsosaid that it was made a district under the best plan of Karachi.
Its roads were wide but a poor plan in a federal transport project in the district.