KARACHI: Ibn-e-Insha Park in Nazimabad has been reopened for the public after years of neglect, with a completely new look. K-Electric, with the collaboration and support of UC-47 cleared more than 26 tons of garbage from the derelict park and its surroundings in Paposh Nagar and restored it to its former glory. Nearly 150 saplings have also been planted by the power utility to enhance the beauty of the park.
Earlier, spreading awareness among the area-residents of Gulshan-e-Hadeed, a cleanliness operation was also conducted in the same vicinity by K-Electric and garbage was removed from the streets, markets and roads. Karachi faces a scarcity of playgrounds and parks, therefore this initiative for the restoration of parks, has been taken up to provide healthy outlets for the citizens of Karachi. Apprising utilities efforts area MPA, Abbas Jafri said, “K-Electric has been making excellent developmental efforts for Karachi and local residents are happy with this recent initiative.”
The power utility will continue its efforts to work with the city administration and on its own as well to providing a cleaner and healthier environment, promoting a greener and sustainable future for the city. PR