KARACHI: Mayor Karachi Waseem Akhtar stated that the settlement between the Sindh authorities and Bahria City over the management of Bagh Ibn-e-Qasim is ‘unlawful’, including that the provincial authorities can’t merely hand over the town’s belongings.
Mayor Karachi was chatting with Geo Information anchor Shahzeb Khanzada in television present ‘Aaj Shahzeb Khanzada Kay Sath’.
The mayor stated that he didn’t object to Bahria City taking duty for overhaul and betterment of the park.
He stated that his get together’s sole concern is the tactic implied within the settlement. Akhtar stated that solely the Karachi Metropolitan Company (KMC) is to determine what to do with the property and how one can handle the earnings.
Akhtar stated that the land is the property of the KMC and it will possibly itself hand it over to another authority, including that the mayor is the land’s custodian.
The Mayor Karachi lamented the position of the KMC, which has been considerably lowered in the entire affair.
Waseem Akhtar additionally expressed doubts concerning the clause current within the settlement regarding ‘restricted leisure’ (similar to kiosks and so on) and its implementation.
He stated that the revenue from these small scale business actions ought to go to the KMC.
In response, native our bodies minister Jam Shoro stated that the difficulty isn’t new and has been happening since previous six to seven months. “If somebody is doing a constructive factor then it shouldn’t be critcised,” he stated.
Earlier at the moment, whereas speaking to Geo Information Chairperson of Bahria City, Malik Riaz stated that they won’t take management of Bagh Ibn-e-Qasim till all of the stakeholders are on board.
Riaz added he’ll be sure the park is just not used for business functions, as soon as it’s beneath his management. “No entry charges shall be charged.”
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