SIDCL

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SIDCLShristi Infrastructure Development Corporation Limited
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Speaking to The Express Tribune, SIDCL engineers said authorities' inability to finalise the design of Green Line Phase Two was the main cause of Numaish Chowrangi delays.
Two months ago, the Sindh chief minister rejected the centre's design in favour of the Sindh government one and directed SIDCL to begin Green Line Phase Two construction from Taj Medical Complex to Municipal Park.
He informed that SIDCL would float Request for Proposal (RFP) which was in
financial year; SIDCL would complete three major schemes of infrastructure improvement which included 8.1 km long Manghopir Road from Jam Chakro to Banaras Chowk; 6.9 km Manghopir Road from Banaras Chowk to Nishter Road, 6.4 km Nishter Road from Teen Hatti to Napier Road and construction of three flyovers along Sher Shah Suri Road at Sakhi Hassan, Five Star and KDA roundabout.
The president was informed that SIDCL was also closely coordinating with ministry of climate change for facilitating Clean Green Pakistan campaign initiatives in Sindh.
The CEO SIDCL informed that the company had approached NDMA to avail Rs700 million grant through Risk Management Fund by earmarking matching grant of Rs 300 million.
Mr Farooqi said the SIDCL was going to float request for proposal, enabling the management to start procurement of a fleet of 65 diesel-hybrid buses for Green Line service.
The meeting was attended by Minister Local Government Saeed Ghani, Minister Transport Awais Shah, Chief Secretary Mumtaz Shah, Chairperson P and D Naheed Shah, World Bank acting Country Director Melinda Goods, Principal Secretary to CM Sajid Jamal Abro, Chairman SIDCL Samar Ali Khan, CEO Green Line project Sauleh Farooqi, Secretary Local Government Khalid Hyder Shah, Secretary Transport Abbas Detho, PD Yellow Line Rasheed Mughal, CFO Green Line Zubair Channa and senior officers and consultants of SMTA, SIDCL and others.
The meeting was attended by Minister Local Government Saeed Ghani, Minister Transport Awais Shah, Chief Secretary Mumtaz Shah, Chairperson PandD Naheed Shah, World Bank acting Country Director Melinda Goods, Principal Secretary to CM Sajid Jamal Abro, Chairman SIDCL Samar Ali Khan, CEO Green Line project Sauleh Farooqi, Secretary Local Government Khalid Hyder Shah, Secretary Transport Abbas Detho, PD Yellow Line Rasheed Mughal, CFO Green Line Zubair Channa and senior officers and consultants of SMTA, SIDCL and other officials.
Sualeh Farooqi, Chief Executive Officer of SIDCL highlighted the efforts of SIDCL for improvement of infrastructure in Sindh in general and Karachi in particular under the vision of the President and Prime Minister of Pakistan.
SIDCL chief Sualeh Farooqui briefed the meeting about the decision taken by the prime minister for making a formal agreement with the Sindh government regarding the operations of the Green Line.
CEO Green Line project Suleh Farooqui briefed the meeting about the decision taken by the prime minister for making a formal agreement with Sindh government with regard to the operations of Green Line BRTS to be undertaken by SIDCL for first three years.