Karachi’s Johar Chowrangi Flyover Inaugurated, May Relief to Residents

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Karachi’s Johar Chowrangi Flyover Inaugurated, May Relief to Residents

The Zia Moheyddin Flypast, built at Johar Chowrangi by the Sindh Local Government Department to ease the region’s severe traffic issues, was officially opened on Thursday by Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Chairman and Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari.

Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah, the Minister of Local Government Nasir Shah, the Minister of Information Sharjeel Memon, and the Minister of Social Welfare Shahla Raza were among the major government officials who attended the opening ceremony.

The PPP chairman was briefed by Nasir Shah, who said that the flypast and underpass projects at the Johar Chowrangi crossroads were launched for Rs2.14 billion.

The flypast includes double arm poles with LED lights set on its 226-meter-long bridge. It is 461 meters long and 18.2 meters wide. The flypast has been finished, but the underpass is still under construction.

To ensure that the underpass was finished as soon as possible, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari urged the local government minister to speed up construction. He also expressed his congratulations to the Gulistan-e-Jauhar community on the opening of the flypast.

People who have been suffering from traffic congestion for a long time could find some relief as a result of the construction of the Zia Moheyddin Flypast.

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