Habib ur Rehman Gilani, chairman and secretary railway, said that the Karachi circular railway KCR project is progressing according to schedule. In the middle of August, they will complete the KCR project. He briefed a gathering debating the current state of the KCR project and formulating plans to complete the project on time.
Minister of Planning and Development Asad Umar presided over the meeting. They resolved during the conference to prepare a separate project for the civil structure of the KCR project so it could complete it quickly. It would be a modern rail-based public transit system for the city. The government recognizes the project’s significance. As a result, it will complete soon.
The meeting agreed that completing the KCR project sooner rather than later would save time and provide relief to towns and citizens. The project will require financing from the public sector development. The meeting’s members addressed and examined key concerns concerning the fear corridor. The group resolved that all departments involved must make crucial decisions within a month to match investor interest.
Azam khan Swati, the railway minister, the secretary of planning and railways, the chief executive officer of the public-private partnership authority, and top officials from both ministries attended the meeting.