MD Water and Sewerage Board resigns again.KARACHI -- The Managing Director of Water and Sewerage sewerage, system for the removal and disposal of chiefly liquid wastes and of rainwater, which are collectively called sewage. The average person in the industrialized world produces between 60 and 140 gallons of sewage per day. Board, Misbah-ud-Din Farid has resigned from his post over rejection of tenders of largest water hydrant of the city, as pressurized pres·sur·ize
tr.v. pres·sur·ized, pres·sur·iz·ing, pres·sur·iz·es
1. To maintain normal air pressure in (an enclosure, as an aircraft or submarine).
2. by political forces.
The second resignation within year by the MD tendered on Thursday was posted to secretary local bodies, over the premise that the city's 26 water hydrant assets were facing billions of rupees worth of damages due to flux flux
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Sources also disclosed that Misbah-ud-Din could not withstand the cancellation of establishment of the proposed Muslimabad water hydrant on Kashmir Road, over orders of Sindh High Court The Sindh High Court is the highest judicial institution of Sindh province. Established in 1906, it is situated at provincial capital Karachi. Justice Sabihuddin Ahmed is the Chief Justice of Sindh High Court since November 1st, 1997. .
The tender for this water hydrant was reopened over pressure of a major political force of the City, which was finally closed down by MD on Thursday, while also resigning his post.
It is pertinent to note that Muslimabad Water hydrant is one big concern in the City, having 30 water taps actively facilitating the water mafia of the City; while remaining 26 hydrants have almost 30 water taps.
Sources have also disclosed that employees of water and sewerage had written a letter to MD water boarding 2011, requesting him to close down all legal and illegal water hydrants, as these had only yielded Rs.300 million due to corruption by some officials, against the projected revenue of Rs.900 million.
There was also another concern of Board flouting SPRA2010, by being leased to contractors, and failing to advertise in newspapers before leasing any hydrant.
Water and sewerage board has so far veiled the names of any contractors under cloak of secrecy, while the department also facilitates the contractors with free electricity, repairs and other related equipment.