CM Murad releases Rs463 million funds for rain emergency measures

KARACHI: (HRNW)  The Sindh government on Wednesday released Rs 463 million funds to counter emergency situations after heavy rainfall lashed different parts of Karachi during the recent monsoon spells.

The funds were released on the orders of Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah.

According to details, Rs200 million funds had been released by the provincial government for the Solid Waste Emergency and Efficiency Project (SWEEP) on July 26.

The spokesperson said the funds have been utilized for rain emergency purposes and cleaning of Karachi’s stormwater drains.

While giving details of funds, CM Murad, in a statement, said that the Sindh government on July 2 had released Rs229 million funds to divisional commissioners.

“Out of total Rs229 million funds, Rs30 million were given to Karachi Commissioner for rain emergency measures,” said Murad.

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