Sindh government renewed the contract of a Chinese firm to collect municipal trash from Karachi.

The Sindh government has restored the agreement of a Chinese firm to gather municipal garbage from Karachi’s District West after the firm ensured that it would complete its duties validly.

With Chief Secretary Syed Mumtaz Ali Shah in the chair, the choice was taken at the twelfth gathering of the Sindh Solid Waste Management Board (SSWMB) at the Sindh Secretariat.

Keeping up that all the organizations’ appointed duties in such manner were under a severe commitment to gather trash, the chief secretary said no lack of irresponsibility would be acknowledged in the task of cleaning the city.

Also, services of an independent review firm ought to be hired for making payments in a straightforward way to the Chinese firms against their municipal garbage removal services, he stated, including that the Chinese firms were capable to do city garbage removal work in four regions of Karachi.

He included that an advancement report the work done by them ought to be presented to the next gathering of the SSWMB.

The recently selected Karachi administrator, Iftikhar Ali Shalwani, noticed that the presentation of the SSWMB must be improved for guaranteeing cleanliness in the city.

The gathering additionally authorized the SSWMB’s yearly budget plan of over Rs 6 billion for the fiscal year 2020-21.

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