The K IV Project Decided on Monday

Sindh and the federal government decided to form a joint committee to review the K-IV project technical report prepared by Nespak for the project to proceed, and it was decided on Monday. The National Engineering Services Pakistan Ltd Company (Nespak) estimated the project would cost about 120 billion rupees, but the rupee's devaluation of the US dollar could actually cost 150 billion rupees, Source said.

Five members of the technical committees

Members of the technical committees, five at Sindh and five at the federal government, will be notified to the planning committee, sources said. The decision was retired by the Minister of Planning and Development, Federal Minister Khusro Bakhtiar, Vice Chairman Jahanzaib Khan, Minister of Planning Zaffar Ahsan and Chair of Planning Committee Maj Gen Zahir Shah. House. The new Minister Sheed Murad Ali Shah is the Governor of Imran Ismail, Minister of Local Government Syed Nasir Shah, Minister of Labor, Seed Ghani, Minister of Planning and Development, Nahid Shah, Sajid Jamal Ab Chief Minister Sajid Jamal Abro.

The delegation of the Frontier Works Organization (FWO) was led by Secretary-General Inam Haider, Brigadier Abeer of the 5th Legion, Brigadier Abeer. Asadullah Khan, Managing Director of Waterboard, Asad Zamin, Director of K-IV Project, and related Planning and Development Director, also attended the meeting. At this meeting, Sindh CM proposed to form a joint team of federal planning agencies and planning committees to review the technology in the report Nespak will submit by the end of this month. 

Attendees of the meeting agreed to the proposal and will inform the Federal Planning Commission. Nespak officials said the project will cost about 120 billion rupees. The chief minister said it would cost Rs 150 billion because of the devaluation of Rs against the US dollar. Officials also said a 50MW power plant was proposed for the project. The consultant almost finished the PC-I of the power project.

CM, meanwhile, said K-I and K-II / III designed a capacity of 480 MGD, which is reduced by 100 MGD due to silt and other technical issues. He suggested conducting separate studies to improve the capabilities of the K-I and K-II / III projects.

Water problems

Shah told federal representatives that water is a matter of life and death in this huge city. "We were able to start and complete K-IV, but it's been 15 years and it's going to take a few more years," he said. Bakhtiar proposed urgently supplying water by installing desalination facilities in the city, but he said it would take two to three years to complete. The minister replied that if the federal government extended financial assistance, it was ready to install desalination facilities in the city.

The Federal Chancellor urged to endorse the Chief Minister of his support and to submit the necessary proposals for approval. Colonel Haider of the FWO, briefing the attendees at the conference, said the 11-meter-deep canal built at Keenjhar Lake was 121 km long. Among them canals flow up to 91 km of gravity. Civil work on the canal is 70% complete. He said that Nespak has some coordination issues that he is trying to perform third party evaluation.

Nespak representatives Jawaid Mir, Mirza Asif Baig and Mohammad Afzal said they could suggest modifications to the existing alignment of the canal. We conducted a geographic study on the canal embankment to see if it was possible to maintain the pressure of 660 MGD water. I will submit this to the local government after completing this study by the end of this month. Bakhtiar said advanced projects require another technical review by a team of experts.

At the time of the inauguration of the K-IV project by Hellsa, the first minister took Governor Istamar Governor Bakhtiar to Lake Kinzar, about 30 km from Tata City. They visited the mouth of a project developed inside a canal 257 meters away from soil areas, canals, conduits and bridges briefed by FWO engineers.

Karachi remained under thick

The dark clouds on Monday, and other parts of the big city received bright, mild showers during the second half of the year. Under Met office's warning, heavy rain continued to be confusing due to Metropolis's poorly maintained transportation, electricity, and sewer systems. The system now warns, "It is very likely that you will stay for the next 24 hours." Including Karachi. An official at the Met office said several areas of the city received moderate showers on the second day of fresh monsoon orders, mostly in the evening. He said some areas saw frequent drizzle all day.

He said that the southern part of the city received mild rain for a short period of time because most light showers with lightning and thunderstorms were reported in large cities. By 8 pm, Landhi rained all day, followed by rainfall of up to 18 mm, followed by PAF Base Faisal 13 mm, Jinnah Terminal 6.8 mm, University Road 6.5 mm, and the old airport area 5 mm. Surjani Town, North Karachi and PAF Base Masroor.

Sardar Sarfaraz of Karachi's Met office said that low-pressure areas existed in the Northeast Arabian Sea for the last 3-4 days, and the recent rain is the result of the same system. In some areas, including Karachi, Tuesday's rains were expected to continue raining at Sind as the intensity dropped. He warned that another system was being built in the bay of Bengal. The current system will stay for the next 24 hours.

Current conditions, trends and data analysis show that another low-pressure area that is expected to affect Karachi and other areas of the Sind is under construction in the Bay of Bengal. The rainfall numbers shared by the Met office did not imply large spelling or heavy rains, but short drizzles and moderate showers disrupted the traffic system, resulting in heavy traffic on almost all major roads for a long time, testing the patience of the commuters.

The main traffic around 5 pm

The main traffic, which began to slow down, deteriorated with the sunset of the main road, taking several hours to ease the development work of the main road, several traffic signals do not work, and in the absence of traffic officials at some intersections. Motorcyclists try to repair their vehicles on busy Liaquat Abad Avenue road. Most motorcycles break down and stop working while it rains. Online / White Star, however, authorities blamed the water on the main roads, affecting the speed of traffic that ultimately turned into railroads. In addition, after two days of rest each week on Monday two days.

I found much more cars on the first day of the road. For the first time, water slowed down and the traffic flow slowed down, and the driver lost patience when trying to get to his destination, leading to lane violations and gridlock. The southern, central and eastern regions were the worst affected, with offices in many private and governmental institutions as well as educational and densely populated areas. Similarly, the main commercial district is in the same area as where people left for their homes and other destinations, putting additional pressure on the roads.

The roads around Korangi Industrial Area were worst affected by Shahra-e-Faisal via other links. At Shahra-e-Faisal near Hotel Metrople, the connection to the PIDC intersection faced the same situation, and the DHA's two-stage traffic was also hindered for hours. Within the first few drops of rain, the city's power supply system did not prove its effectiveness, and traditionally most of the city remained in the dark for several hours after the blackout.

K-Electric insisted on taking precautions in several areas as excuses for the blackout area and initiating repair work in other areas. Meanwhile, the water level in the overthrow dam increased by three inches, which caused the water to overflow into the surrounding area.

K-Electric warned in a simple statement that the overflow of Malir Nadi's water affected the transmission tower of the Malir Gadap circuit. Our team is trying to get to the water it touches, but it's backing up," he said.
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