Regardless of Federal Minister for Science and Technology Fawad Chaudhry’s cases of making the federal capital the first city to have electric vehicle in Pakistan, his political opponent Pakistan Peoples Party’s administration in Sindh started to lead the pack and launched the country’s first electric transport project in Karachi on Tuesday.

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Sindh Minister for Transport Owais Qadir Shah initiated the project under public private association. The electric transport will run from Tower to Sohrab Goth and the passage for one stop will be just about as low as Rs10. The project will start with 10 bus stations. Sapphire Group’s transport has a limit of 37 seats.

Tending to the debut function, the provincial transport minister said that the electric transport would be run on a preliminary premise from Tower by means of MA Jinnah Road and Shahra-e – Pakistan to Sohrab Goth.

He said the admission will be Rs4 per kilometer and the public vehicle will run seat to situate, adding that the quantity of these transports will be expanded consistently. Before the current year’s over, Shah said, the quantity of these vehicles will ascend to 100. He said that progress has likewise been made on the Sindh government’s own transport projects.

In Karachi, the PPP government has made an exemplary showing in each field, he kept up. “BRT projects will also complete soon. We are also going to trade 250 buses very soon.”

Not long after the news began doing rounds via web-based media, the sci-tech minister took to Twitter to compliment the Sindh government, extraordinarily Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah and his service, on their “remarkable step to add electric bus in Karachi Commuters system”.

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He said his service completely upholds the Sindh government in this “advanced methodology” and communicated the expectation that the Punjab and Kyber-Pakhtunkhwa governments will likewise accept a similar course soon.


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