Minister stresses for mass sacrifices on Eid

September 13, 2015 Off By Web Desk

KARACHI: Sindh Minister for Local Government Syed Nasir Hussain Shah on Monday requested the citizens to give preference to collective and mass sacrifices of animals at one spot in their areas during Eid-ul-Adha so that the municipal bodies could easily lift offal from streets.

“We will try to deliver our best performance to facilitate the citizens. Cleanliness will be made before, during and after Eid in the city by all the municipal organisations,” he said while addressing press briefing at Civic Centre after meeting with officers regarding offal lifting during five days of Eid-ul-Adha, Bohri community sacrifice animals a day before Eid and some people sacrifice on fourth day as well.

He warned district municipal corporations and Karachi Metropolitan Corporation (KMC) to resolve their internal conflicts and refrain from dumping garbage and offal in other’s jurisdictions.

“Strong cooperation among different organizations would bring them good name. Infamy of one municipal organization is infamy of all the municipal organizations, whether it is a DMC or KMC. The municipal organizations would be given incentive for good work and held accountable for bad,” he said.

The minister said maintenance and repairing of vehicles would be completed before Eid and the vehicles unable to get repaired would be disposed of.

He said commissioner Karachi would supervise and monitor disbursement and utilization of funds for municipal work with other relevant officers. Administrator and metropolitan commissioner themselves would visit areas for cleanliness.

To a query, he said many corrupt officers and employees had been identified in KMC departments and their names would soon be made public. The officers who had been proven corrupt would no longer hold any post.

“We do not have objection on action against corruption or criminal activities by any institution whether it be Rangers, National Accountability Bureau or FIA. However, the way of action needed rectification,” he said “files are taken without making entry,” he clarified.

To another query, Shah said FIA was investigating bank fraud issues in different cities of the province.