The issues of Karachi could not be resolved without the empowerment of the representatives, PM

Rain has caused damage in the city during the previous two days after the city saw major roads and streets lowered in water, deaths from electric shock and heavy unannounced load shedding.

Prime minister Imran Khan on Tuesday asked the attorney general from Pakistan ‘AGP’ to move toward the Supreme Court of Pakistan for looking for its support in engaging local bodies system in a rain hit Karachi.

The issues of Karachi couldn’t be settled without the authorizing of the local bodies’ representatives in the city, Imran Khan said during the federal cabinet meeting.

Taking key choice to solve Karachi issues, the prime minister instructed the attorney general to move toward the apex court to settle an early hearing of a case relating to the execution of Article 140 of the Constitution of Pakistan in the city.

He said, it is important to give budgetary, political and authoritative powers to the local government in Karachi to solve issues faced by the city.

In addition, the government ministers Asad Umar and Ali Zaidi additionally raised issues faced by the city during the federal meeting.

Individuals of Karachi are looking towards federal government after the current circumstance, said Ali Zaidi while stating that the organization do its job for the city.

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