Mustafa Kamal, Sindh CM appear before SC in drinking water case

Sindh Chief Minster Murad Ali Shah and Mustafa Kamal arrive on the Karachi Registry of the Supreme Court of Pakistan. Photo: Geo.TV

KARACHI: Sindh  Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah and previous Karachi Mayor Mustafa Kamal on Wednesday arrived on the Supreme Court Registry in reference to drinking water case.

They have been summoned by a Supreme Court bench headed by Chief Justice Saqib Nisar. 

The leader justice had remarked all the way through the remaining listening to that those that make tall claims before other folks were not able to offer transparent drinking water .

He had stated lifestyles used to be being affected in Sindh and Punjab because of air pollution brought about by factories, including that  the courtroom would now not compromise at the factor of water and air air pollution.

The leader justice stated courtroom has to intrude when executive fails to meet its duties.

Petitioner Shahab Usto had knowledgeable the courtroom that the electorate have been being supplied unfiltered and unsafe water. 

He added that folks of Sindh’s 29 districts have been forced to drink polluted water.

The leader justice remarked that air air pollution is making lifestyles depressing for the loads and fatal illnesses like most cancers are spreading.

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