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Waseem Akhtar suspends Mustafa as Karachi’s director garbage

Waseem Akhtar suspends Mustafa as Karachi’s director garbage
August 27, 2019
KARACHI (92 News) – Karachi Mayor Waseem Akhtar on Tuesday suspended Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) Chairman and former Karachi mayor Mustafa Kamal as Karachi’s project director garbage less than 24 hours of his appointment. Talking to the journalists, Waseem Akhtar said he had suspended Mustafa Kamal from his post as director garbage until further orders. “Mustafa Kamal is a very rude person even has no worth for meeting,” he said. “Instead of coming to the office and working, Mustafa Kamal is busy with political point scoring,” the mayor said. “My sincerity was taken advantage of and used for politics. This means you Mustafa Kamal were not sincere in solving the problems of Karachi,” he added. It is pertinent to mention here that Kamal was designated as Karachi Metropolitan Corporation's (KMC) 'Project Director Garbage' to rid the city of garbage in 90 days. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lxBqSnUIqyg Earlier, Wasim Akhtar had appointed PSP chairman Mustafa Kamal as director garbage. A notification in this regard was issued on Monday. Responding to the appointment, Mustafa Kamal said that he had accepted the challenge. “I accept the appointment orders from the Karachi mayor,” he said. The PSP chairman said that he would start the work from today. He announced to call the meeting at 2am as well. He said that it was not a matter of shame for him. “I am ready to work even for a lower post. I will continue to serve the people of Karachi,” he said. Mustafa Kamal said that he would not get the salary for his job. “I will not even take tea from the national exchequer,” he said. He thanked the Karachi mayor for giving him the powers. He asked the Finance head to brief him about vehicles and salaries. “I am declaring the emergency for three months.” He also asked the authorities to restore the Complaint No 1339.