The World Bank has said it is willing to help the Karachi Metropolitan Corporation (KMC) so the city’s damaged infrastructure may be quickly repaired.
Karachi Administrator Murtaza Wahab hosted a World Bank delegation in his office. He believed that the WB’s assistance would be crucial in helping to rebuild the damaged infrastructure in various Karachi neighbourhoods that had been damaged by the recent rains.
According to Murtaza Wahab, The involvement of the foreign financial institution in restoring the regions damaged by the recent rains is good news for Karachi city.
He stated that with the assistance of the World Bank, highways, arteries, bridges, underpasses, and flyovers will be fixed as quickly as possible while bringing convenience to the public.
He claimed that significant projects have previously been completed in Karachi with the help of the World Bank and other foreign organizations.
Murtaza said that the Sindh government is trying to provide facilities to the citizens in every possible sector.
He also mentioned that all relevant institutions had been included in the initiatives planned for the betterment of the city and that the issues were being resolved through a cooperative approach.