Jinnah Super To Be Up-graded, Beautify: Mayor

Jinnah Super to be up-graded, beautify: Mayor

ISLAMABAD, (Pakistan Point News - APP - 30th Jan, 2017 ) : Jinnah Super is one of the oldest market of the city and all available resources would be utilized for its up-gradation and beautification. These views were expressed by the Mayor of Islamabad and Chairman, CDA, Sheikh Anser Aziz during a meeting with representatives of traders union of the market here today. The meeting was attended by Officers of Metropolitan Corporation Islamabad (MCI) including Director Municipal Administration, Director Sanitation and Director Road Maintenance while CDA's Director Enforcement and Officers of Street Light Division were also present during the meeting.

While apprising Mayor, about the issues of Jinnah Super Market, representatives of traders union of Jinnah Super Market informed that footpaths, sewerage system and street lights of the market need to be upgraded while more steps should be taken to improve over all cleanliness of the market so that the visitors could be facilitated. Mayor said that in order to enhance and restore the beauty of Jinnah Supper Market, at first instance, encroachments would be removed with cooperation of trader union of the market.

He directed the Director Sanitation to depute sanitation staff in two shifts as Jinnah Super is one of the busiest marakiz of the city. He said that residents of the city visit this market both in daytime and late evening, therefore, sanitation staff should be deputed in evening shift also. He directed to repair all street lights, carry out landscaping in the surroundings of the market and to upgrade sewerage system. He said that MCI, CDA and Traders should work collectively for the beautification of the markets. He said that "we are committed to eliminate encroachments from the city and in this connection phase wise anti encroachment operation would be conducted in all markets. Representatives of the traders union assure Mayor Islamabad their full cooperation in all aspects".