Commissioner Javed Akhtar Mahmood gears up to improve city infrastructure

Multan: Commissioner Javed Akhtar Mahmood, succeeds in another mission to improve the city’s infrastructure.

The divisional administration, under the guise of illegal bus stands, launched a legal battle against the occupation mafia. The court ruled in favor of the administration in the case of relocation of D-class bus stations from the city.

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The High Court gave a 30-day timeline for relocating the illegal camps, bus stands. Commissioner Javed Akhtar Mahmood ordered immediate implementation of the court decision. “It is not the intention to destroy anyone’s job, all the bases will be given a proper place in the general bus stand”, said the Commissioner.

“The land to be vacated and beautiful green belt and sidewalk to be built”, added Commissioner Multan.

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All facilities should be provided to the relocated bus stands at the general bus stand, the commissioner ordered. “Transfer of D-Class bases will improve infrastructure and eliminate traffic problems”, said Javed Akhtar Mahmood.

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“Traffic load will be reduced by providing alternative routes to transporters instead of city limits”, Commissioner Multan. Civil society is pleased with the divisional administration’s move to meet the long-standing demand for relocation of bases.

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