Karachi is the largest and the oldest port city of Pakistan. It is also known as the revenue engine of the country as it’s the commercial and financial hub which generates almost 70% of the country’s revenue.
Unfortunately, streets spotted with garbage dumps became a common sight in the provincial capital of Sindh since 2010. The growing waste problem posed a threat to public health and environment yet heaps of garbage continue to be present alongside roads and under bridges in different locations in the metropolis.
The garbage dumps in Karachi are a clear reflection of the negligence and poor performance of the previous governments – Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) and Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM).
Federal Minister for Maritime Affairs, Ali Zaidi on Tuesday announced to launch the clean-up movement in Karachi within the next two weeks. He urged the residents and public of the city to play their individual role and be a part of this movement.
Baaghi TV fully supports the initiative taken by the federal minister and wishes him all the very best for his future endeavors. We stand with @AliHZaidiPTI and will help him in every possible manner.