Shahrah-e-Noor Jahan in Karachi is undergoing reconstruction. On May 29, the national dailies reported that Karachi Metropolitan Corporation (KMC) Administrator Murtaza Wahab laid the foundation stone for the reconstruction of Shahrah-e-Noor Jahan. The project will cost a total of PKR 1.3 billion.
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According to the details, the two-lane road will be built in the North Nazimabad area between Abdullah Girls College and Qalandaria Chowk. After the repairs are done, the 11-meter-wide road will be 4.3 kilometres long. As part of this project, service roads and a sewerage system will be built next to the main road. Street lights will also be put up on the road to help and protect people who use it.
Also, Administrator Wahab said that work has begun on getting rid of trash in the Central District by the Sindh Solid Waste Management Board (SSWMB). The KMC administration said that 28 parks have been fixed up and opened to the public as part of the city’s ongoing development. He also said that the area was getting 17 new roads. In order to fix the traffic problems at Jauhar Chowrangi in East District, an underpass and a flyover will be built. Shahrah-e-Noor Jahan is undergoing restoration in Karachi.
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