Approval of the revised Malir Expressway alignment. On Tuesday, Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah agreed to some changes to the Malir Expressway project suggested by the local government department.
At the 36th meeting of the Public-Private Partnership Board, officials suggested “minor” changes to the Malir Expressway in the Gadap and Memon Goth areas.
CM Shah was told that the changes were made to improve the project’s water flow and engineering design.
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The officials said that the change in alignment would only need 10.3 acres of private land instead of 148 acres and save Rs3 billion in land acquisition costs.
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They said that 204 houses were affected before, but there would be no more problems now.
At the meeting, the safety and security of the Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre, projects for regional blood centers, a clean blood supply to the National Institute of Cardiovascular Diseases, the Jhirk Malla Bridge Link Road project, and the Karachi-Thatta Dual Carriageway were all discussed.
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