KARACHI: Governor Sindhi, Kamran Khan Tessori, has expressed his desire for the officials to prepare a five-year plan for the progress and development of the city.
He emphasized that the plan should take into account the collective needs of the residents and indicate the likely transformation of Karachi over the next five years.
During a recent briefing at the Governor House, Karachi Administrator Dr. Syed Saif-ur-Rehman informed Sindh Governor Kamran Khan Tessori that the next elected mayor of Karachi would only have control over 27% of the city’s land.
The briefing was attended by the heads of various departments of the Karachi Metropolitan Corporation (KMC) and was focused on the role and functions of the corporation.
Dr. Rehman stated that the KMC was responsible for only 27% of the land in Karachi and was responsible for maintaining 47 parks and 106 roads.
Despite this, he highlighted the efforts of KMC officials in working diligently to serve the residents of the city to the best of their ability.
Tessori acknowledged the KMC as the largest municipal agency in the country and emphasized the larger responsibility it holds in developing the city.
He advised KMC officials to do their best for the progress of the city and take steps to enhance its revenue earnings.
In conclusion, the governor emphasized the importance of the KMC’s role in the development of Karachi and encouraged the officials to work towards fulfilling their responsibilities.