Administrator vows to reduce Quetta problems

Administrator vows to reduce Quetta problems


Staff Report

QUETTA: Administrator Shaukat Ali while vowing to take definite steps to reduce the growing problems in Quetta city said that the circular road parking plaza will improve the traffic system in the city, improve the sanitation situation on an emergency basis.
The colors of libraries and educational institutions herald a bright future for the country and the nation. He expressed these views while talking to students on the occasion of presiding over various meetings and visiting Quaid-e-Azam and Metropolitan Library.
Deputy Commissioner Quetta Irfan Nawaz Memon, Assistant Commissioner Muhammad Ali Durrani, SSP City Shaukat Afridi, SP Traffic, Naseer Al Hassan, President Central Association of Traders Abdul Rahim Kakar, Chief Officer Metropolitan Corporation Ataullah Baloch, were present on the occasion.
Taxation Officer Metropolitan Corporation was also present. The meeting reviewed various issues related to Circular Road Parking Plaza in detail and important decisions were taken. The administration needs the support of the business community while the general public should also support the government and the administration. The meeting was given a detailed briefing by the traffic officials. On this occasion, the business representatives assured the district administration of all possible cooperation. Meanwhile, Quetta Administrator Shaukat Ali along with other officials of Quetta Metropolitan Municipality visited Toghi Road, Liaquat Bazaar, Shar-e-Iqbal, Nawan Kali, Sariab Road, Qambrani Road and other areas and gave instructions on the spot.
Talking to the citizens on the occasion, he said that Quetta city is our common home and we should all fulfill our responsibilities for its cleanliness and beauty. He said that the staff of Metropolitan Corporation for cleaning and drainage Working day and night, the public staff cooperated with the cleanliness. Quetta Administrator Shaukat Ali also visited the Library and Quaid-e-Azam Library at the Metropolitan Corporation on Thursday.
Development of nations is not possible without it. I am very happy when I see people studying. They said that students are our future. We will use all resources to provide them a better and education friendly environment. He also talked to the library staff and asked them about the problems.