Encroachments from KCR route removed, claims CM Sindh
KARACHI, SEPT 29 (DNA) – Chief Minister Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah on Friday said the route for Karachi Circular Railway has been cleared from encroachments and Pakistan Railways was on board to reclame 360 acres land required to execute the project.
He stated this while talking to Chinese Ambassador Mr Sun Weidong who called on him here at the CM House. The meeting was also attended by Counsel General of China in Karachi.
CM Sindh said that KCR, Keti Bandar and Special Economic Zone projects have been approved within the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) framework while the KCR has reached at the implementation stage. “I am thankful for your support and cooperation,” he said Chinese ambassador.
The Keti Bandar projects is being processed for preparing its feasibility while land has been allocated for China-Pakistan Special Economic Zone at Dhabeji. “Once the feasibility and other approvals of the Keto Bandar and Special Economic Zone Dhabeji are made they would be presented in the next Joint Working Group (JWG) meeting,” he told the ambassador.
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