In our last post on the month long Clean My Karachi campaign run by the CM, our conclusion was that it was a great initiative however not a very sustainable one.
We argued that while the garbage in the city needed to be cleaned up, it was not a long term solution until the source of the garbage was kept in check:
There seems to be no existence or implementation of laws on littering around, hence nobody from the society gives a second thought before throwing garbage wherever their heart pleases.
Surprisingly, we soon heard the following news:
Saeed Ghani, Minister for Information has said in a press conference that the Sindh government will award a cash prize of 100,000 PKR to anyone who captures visual evidence of people littering the streets.
“This is a conspiracy to sabotage the cleanliness drive,” he said, adding that the Sindh government had to bear extra cost as a result of people purposely clogging sewerage lines and dumping debris on roads.
NOW WE’RE TALKING.
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