Wednesday, January 20, 2010


City Nazim Syed Mustafa Kamal on Tuesday inaugurated various development projects in Baldia Town. These projects which have a total cost of over Rs433million includes the construction of 8 roads, 2 family parks, installation of street lights on a major road and completion of cricket stadium in the under construction 27 acres sports complex in Baldia Town. Town Nazim Kamran Akhtar, Naib Town Nazim, elected representatives and officers were also accompanied city nazim at the inauguration of projects. The cricket stadium has been constructed with a cost of Rs50million while the
17.10km roads were supported with storm water drainage system, cat eyes and curve stones.

Talking to media representatives on this occasion City Nazim Syed Mustafa Kamal said that Baldia Town had been previously considered a less developed town where residents were facing water, sewerage and other problems. Haq Parast leadership has developed this town on modern lines. In order to ensure durability, the underground water and sewerage system was fully rehabilitated before the start of construction of roads and streets. He said that if anyone wants to see the achievements of MQM workers and philosophy of Quaid-e-Tehreek Altaf Hussain Bhai then he should visit Baldia Town.

Nazim Karachi said that whether it is union council, town or city, Haq Parast Group has presented a good example of team work. Development works have been carried out in each and every area of the city without any discrimination as we thought it our responsibility to solve the problems of everyone.

After the inauguration of cricket stadium City Nazim said that already 8 cricket stadiums have been completed in Karachi under the supervision of Pakistan Cricket Board. He said that these stadiums were being handed over to former test cricketers who would use this facility for training of youths.

City Nazim said that after completion of the project Baldia Town would have a full fledged sports complex with cricket, football and hockey grounds and facilities for holding of indoor games.

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