JI condemns failure of govt after rain

KARACHI: Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) Karachi chief Engr. Hafiz Naeem-ur-Rehman has expressed his deep concern over the post rain deteriorating situation of the civic facilities in the city on Tuesday.

Condemning the failure of civic institutions and machinery, he said that just a low level rain had unearthed the reality and strength behind the towering claims of the city administration.

In a statement, he said raised the question over validity of the administrations’s claims regarding rain emergency and said that what would be happening if moderate or heavy rains test the sustainability of preparedness of the city administration.

The JI chief said that stinking water was already stagnant at a large number of points in the city, while the rain had also hit the roads and other facilities with severe damages and an extreme deteriorating scenario was witnessed.

He further said that despite the presence of local government, the dwellers of the city are facing acute problems. He said that unfortunately still there is no caretaker of the city.

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