NALAS


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NALASNational Associations of Local Authorities of South-East Europe
NALASNational Alliance of Legal Aid Societies (est. 1911)
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Talking about Mahmoodabad Nala, Mr Shoro said that about 8985 establishments/ encroachments were removed from there and the nala was cleansed.
Now the nala is clean and draining water smoothly flowing.
The DMCs have been given enough funds to hire generators to pump out rain water," he said and added that every DMC was provided Rs10 million for cleansing nalas of their area and other expenditures," he said and directed the local government minister to personally inspect their work.
The main benefit from the nala plugs is not the surface water in which women can wash clothes and children can splash and which water buffalo can swallow, but the water that seeps into the ground.
He directed the Minister Local Government Jam Khan Shoro, who joined him at Boating Basin, to ensure lifting of the filth and garbage from the nalas to land fill sites.
Minister Local Government Jam Khan Shoro said that there were 30 major nalas in the city, of them six most important nalas were being cleared through heavy machinery.
He said how it was possible for such squeezed nalas to discharge storm water and waste water together.
We have clients all over the country, from coast to coast, throughout the Midwest and the South, as well as international clients, said Tiffani Tendell, press manager at The NALA.
The CM said that the actual width of the nalas is around 200 ft but they have reduced to eight to 10 feet now but at some points hardly 4 feet width have been left by encroachers.
Replying to a question, he said that he had removed encroachments from Puran and nalas passing through Naukot and Jhudo.
institutional and financial sustainability of NALAS
NALAS vision is that Citizens of SEE enjoy democracy and regional stability through sustainable cities and communities.