CM Murad says Sindh not getting its due share in water

By: News Desk
Published: 04:32 PM, 7 May, 2022
CM Murad says Sindh not getting its due share in water
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Complaining that there was unjust distribution of water resources between the federating units and Sindh was not getting its due share, Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah said on Saturday that he would talk to the federal minister on the issue later in the evening today, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.  

He, however, admitted that there was a water shortage in the entire country, and Sindh was no exception. 

He even suggested that the rice crop was not sown this time so that water could be preserved.

Sharjeel Memon orders to complete Orange Line section till May 30

The newly-appointed Sindh transport minister, Sharjeel Inam Memon has given the deadline till May 30 to Sindh Mass Transit Authority (SMTA) over completing the Orange Line section.

Provincial Minister Sharjeel Inam Memom visited the sight of the Orange Line section, where he briefed the media.

Sharjeel Memon said the safety railings will be installed at high-altitude stations.

This Orange Line section, which is meant for millions of citizens to avail has given the name ‘Abdul Sattar Edhi’.

The project has been planned from Orangi Town Office to Board Office, with 3.9 km long route, four bus stations and 20 buses.

Reporter: Muhammad Kamran