Today, Sindh Governor Imran Ismail said the first Green Bus would start working in Karachi in be operational in the next few months. The bus will shed the burden of 4 to 5 lac people on transport who ride daily.
While talking to a news channel he said, “The government is focusing over completion of many developmental projects some would get operational soon and some would take time like after Green Bus, a local train would also be started in few days and meetings are being held with a company for starting a fast train in near future,”
He said people have very high expectations from the incumbent government and they want to see a change overnight. The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) is a loyal and public party that believes in simplicity and showing it in its actions, he added.
To answer a question, he said the government is working all the way to complete all tasks of 100 days agenda including the installation of DSL Plant, working on sewerage system, and clean the city garbage besides taking all those steps that would be proved result-oriented.
The government is making solid and comprehensive strategy and wants to work jointly with the chief minister for the betterment of Sindh despite having issues with the opposition parties in the Sindh. He thanked Prime Minister Imran Khan for all the developmental projects in Karachi adding “I am putting all efforts to fulfil my duties and to give 100 per cent output to my leadership.”
He informed that a transformation project committee had been developed that will work towards the transparency in all projects of the city. The present government will not make any lame excuses when it comes to performance, unlike the previous government.
Imran Ismail appreciated the Sindh CM for his positive approach and said, “I am in contact with the Sindh CM for making joint efforts for prosperous Sindh and ready to remove PPP’s reservations as its government do not want to let Sindh suffer.”
He also assured that the PM would fulfil his all promises that were made with masses during its election campaigns and speeches. To another question about the master plan, the governor said it is a huge plan that would take some time to complete but once it is done, the city would turn into a fresh Karachi.