The city and town administration have been told to take immediate measures to prevent possible losses from imminent monsoon rains and to save residential buildings, declared dangerous by the authorities concerned.
Most of the residents have been throwing garbage in plastic bags outside their houses or on roads. Private sweepers hired out of desperation to collect the mounds of garbage that have piled up in Karachi have started burning it to cut corners.
The crisis developed after the city sanitation staff stopped making the rounds over a week ago over unpaid salaries. Saddar and Lyari are particularly badly hit. He promised the workers would be paid in a few days. The Rs50 million that Karachi administrator Mohammad Hussain Syed had announced for garbage collection in each town have not been disbursed yet.
He could not explain why the provincial government was cutting funds of municipal corporations across the province. But as people burn trash, including plastics, smoke and toxic gases are released into their neighbourhoods. Almost all garbage collection points are filled to the brim in Lyari.
Motorcyclists and pedestrians even spread it wider. Yousuf Raza from Agra Taj Colony said that this was not the first time that people of Lyari were burning garbage.Yahoo History.
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The endless cycle of unannounced loadshedding, power breakdowns, ever-increasing bills, and with no one to register, respond or resolve the complaints, KESC has rarely been in the news for the right reasons.
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Karachi Electric Supply Corporation: Garbage to Electricity EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The project garbage to electricity is aimed at contributing to the shortage of electricity in Karachi.
Although there are many suppliers there is only one monopolist distributor in the industry namely KESC (Karachi electric supply corporation). In , the Karachi Electric Supply Corporation (KESC) was formed to meet the power needs of a small port town called Karachi, incorporated under the now currently Companies Ordinance, In , The Government of Pakistan nationalized KESC in order to facilitate Type: Public.