BQATI shows concern on gridlocks due to work on Malir river bridge

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KarachióBin Qasim Association of Trade and Industry (BQATI) President Usman Ahmed expressed concern over sever traffic gridlock due to repairing work at Malir Bridge, which was source of great concern and anxiety to the trade and industry and staffs and foreigners working at Bin Qasim Industrial area. The travelling to Port Qasim via National Highway and back to city was made difficult.

He said that the National highway from Malir bridge to Port Qasim More was under great pressure of traffic as the transport heading toward the city and upcountry, Port Qasim, Port Industrial Zone, Steel Mills, Steel Town, Gulshan-e Hadeed and other industries situated in Bin Qasim Zone used to pass through this road, which in fact had been turned into a narrow street.

He said that looting and snatching incident at key point during traffic gridlock had created panic, especially among foreign engineers and technical staff working in Bin Qasim Industrial Zone, Such incidents had reemphasized the need to implement strict and additional security measures to minimize the risk of criminal activities in the area and improve traffic situation during sensitive hours.

Mian Muhammad Ahmed, Patron In-chief and founder President of Bin Qasim Association of Trade and Industry also showed his concern and briefed that at the time when industrial production needs to be boosted up to help the economy, incidents like these will act as serious deterrent to local and foreign investors.

Courtesy: Pakistan Observer


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