Murtaza Wahab Siddiqui’s Tweet on ‘Karachi Is Changing’ Angers Citizens

Netizens troll Wahab by showing him the real, ‘broken’ Karachi.

Murtaza Wahab

Adviser to Chief Minister of Sindh on Law, Anti-Corruption Establishment, and Information, Murtaza Wahab, has once again rubbed salt on Karachiites wounds. In a recent Tweet, he highlighted the development work in the city and said the city was ‘changing’. This, of course, sparked anger amongst netizens. To call some superficial development work ‘change’ is a stretch, argued the citizens. And Karachiites know how much more effort is actually required in the city.

Murtaza Wahab shared some photos of roads being carpeted by KMC. Taking to his Twitter account, he wrote:


West Wharf Road being carpeted by KMC, something which remained unheard of in the last 4 years.



Sharing another series of pictures, the former senator highlighted yet another achievement. He wrote:


MT Road being carpeted by KMC, something which remained unheard of in the last 4 years. This is good work by KMC team.



Many netizens replied to these Tweets, mentioning other areas that need the authorities’ attention. However, his most recent Tweet on the development work in Karachi sparked outrage. Taking to his Twitter account he wrote:


Karachi is changing
Praise be to God


Let’s take a look at his original Tweet here:



Murtaza Wahab sparks anger amongst Karachiites

Murtaza Wahab Siddiqui’s Tweet did not sit well with Karachiites. Karachi is changing? It seems like the authorities are focusing their energies on fixing a few roads and calling it a day. Of course, netizens differ in opinion.

One Twitter user shared a picture of the Gulistan-e-Johar area in Karachi. The user shared pictures of a degraded, degenerated road filled with sewerage water.



Many followed suit and shared more pictures from their respective areas. Let’s take a look:





In addition, one Twitter user added that it was nothing but a part of Bakhtawar Bhutto’s wedding events.



However, another Twitterati mentioned that Karachi needs metro busses and its transportation needs improvement first.



Who do you think is right here? Murtaza Wahab or the Karachiites who travel these roads on a daily basis? Share your thoughts in the comments section.



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