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‘Cleanliness agreement with Turkey is a milestone’

Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has said that the agreement signed between Solid Waste Management and the leading Turk companies for maintaining cleanliness and beautification of Lahore on the pattern of Istanbul is a milestone and will help promote economic and trade activities between both the countries.
He was speaking at the departure of the Turk delegation to its country after signing the agreement with SWM on Friday. Senior Advisor Sardar Zulfiqar Ali Khan Khosa, Provincial Minister Mian Mujtaba Shuja-ur-Rehman, Lahore Transport Company Chairman Khawaja Ahmad Hasaan and Planning and Development chairman were also present on the occasion. The CM said after Lahore, the same model will be replicated in other cities of province for disposal of garbage. Albarak Group of Companies Chairman thanked Punjab government and said that he considered Pakistan as a second home and Lahore will soon be made a clean and beautiful city through implementation of the project.
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One Comment;

  1. ZEN said:

    Pathetic! We cannot now even manage our waste. Another opportunity for making money for this govt! It has become a psychology of begging in each and every area!

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