Friday , July 20 2018
Latest News
Home / Politics / I won’t bear water shortage in city,CM warns WASA

I won’t bear water shortage in city,CM warns WASA

Lahore: Chief Minister Punjab Shahbaz Sharif has said that WASA and other institutions should perform their duties with commitment and dedication. He said that special arrangements should be made for the supply of water during the sacred month of Ramadan as the water consumption increases in the holy month. He directed that complaint cells be set up regarding WASA at the level of provincial constituencies in Lahore and they should remain in contact with the central complaint cell.
He was addressing a high level meeting at tent office Minar-e-Pakistan here today to review de-silting campaign of drains, availability of drinking water and the arrangements for monsoon. Provincial Minister Chaudhry Abdul Ghafoor, Members National and Provincial Assembly, secretaries of various departments, heads of development institutions and Commissioner and District Coordination Officer Lahore were present.
Addressing the meeting the Chief Minister directed that effective arrangements be made for the monsoon season so that citizens should not face any hardship. He said that arrangements for immediate drainage of rainwater from low-lying areas should be made and 60 more generators be purchased on emergent basis for the smooth supply of drinking water and operating machinery for disposal of water.

Leave a Reply

Scroll To Top