Waseem Akhtar wants Supreme Court to take suo-moto notice of K-Electric
Karachi: Mayor of Karachi, Waseem Akhtar, on Monday asked the Supreme Court of Pakistan to take suo-moto notice against K-Electric.
Talking to the media, Waseem Akhtar said that no one takes responsibility for Kashmir. He said that today people were died in the city by falling into manholes and electric wires but the Sindh Government did not even address the issue.
"The people are fed up with the Sindh Government. Even now sewers in South Karachi are overflowing."
The mayor said that even on the auspicious occasion of Eid people are forced to bury their loved ones. The Supreme Court of Pakistan should take suo-moto notice against K-electric.
"Thirty people have been electrocuted," Waseem Akhtar said, adding that they will get cases registered against K-electric for the deaths.