SKAASindh Katchi Abadis Authority (Social Policy and Development Centre; Pakistan)
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Speaking at the tree plantation ceremony at SKAA Hyderabad Region's office here on Wednesday, the DG said the rapid and unplanned urbanization and an ever increasing quantum of toxic emissions had
The DG informed that SKAA had also launched a tree plantation exercise in the Katchi Abadis on a continual basis.
Eplying to a question of the chief minister, secretary SKAA said that Karachi has 564 katchi abadies, of them 56 are located on hazardous areas like nadi nalas.
Secretary SKAA Dr Nawaz Shaikh said that criteria for regularization of a katchi abadi is the settlement should be in existence on or before March 23, 1985.
Director SKAA Karachi, Imdad Ali Lashari said last Thursday that the scheme was designed for around 250 deserving and homeless families at the concession rate of Rs 40,000 of 80 yard each.
SKAA director general Dr Iqbal Saeed Khan said at a programme organised at the authority's regional office on Wednesday that Pakistan was the eighth hottest country in the region where ecology was being destroyed.
He apprised that the SKAA was surveying the non-notified slums so that they could also be regularized.
The DG said the SKAA was considering a proposal of some private investors who want to establish Reverse Osmosis plants in those settlements.
He asked SKAA officials to ensure provision of basic facilities in those areas before their lease so that upcoming generations could get better atmosphere.
Audio device manufacturers have witnessed an increased shipment of devices with varied connectivity solutions such as Bluetooth, AirPlay, Wi-Fi, and SKAA, and it is expected that sound bars, portable speakers, and other personal wireless audio devices such as wireless headphones would provide impetus to this growth momentum.
Also the technological advancement such as mass commercialization, high bit rate and long range of SKAA technology helping wireless audio device market to grow with impressive rate.