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Ready to cooperate for Karachi Circular Railways, says Sheikh Rasheed

Ready to cooperate for Karachi Circular Railways, says Sheikh Rasheed
February 2, 2020
KARACHi (92 News) – Federal Minister Sheikh Rasheed said that he is ready to cooperate for Karachi Circular Railways in every way. Speaking at a news conference today, Sheikh Rasheed has said that the railway had increased from 7 to 8 million passengers. “Four major properties in Sindh will be taken back through the Supreme Court (SC). The British had made such a map that railway land cannot be occupied,” he explained. He said that the track of Karachi Circular Railways will be restored within fifteen days. “We are implementing order of Supreme Court for Karachi Circular Railway Project,” he added. He said that Chief Secretary Sindh has been informed about thirty-eight Kilometers track. The minister told that that he is going Sindh House for the first time and meet with Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah. He said that it has been decided to give land to Sindh government in railways session. “We are not using enough railway land in Karachi. One million people will get jobs from ML-1,” he maintained. Sheikh Rasheed also mentioned that the coronavirus is also a major crisis for the Pakistani economy. “The Punjab industries relating to cloths are also near to close due to novel coronvirus in China. Many shipment and other ports have been closed for safety from deadly virus outbreak in Wuhan-based city of China,” he added. Earlier, Sheikh Rasheed has said that neither the Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) nor the Chaudhry brothers going somewhere else. Addressing a press conference on Saturday, he claimed that Nawaz Sharif would not return while Maryam Nawaz would not go anywhere. “Our opposition is not against the PML-N and the PPP, but inflation,” he said. Sheikh Rasheed said that he had asked not export flour. “We are going to penalize the people responsible for the Tezgam tragedy. Struggle for independence will continue in Occupied Kashmir,” he said.