KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah on Thursday met with Federal Minister for Railways Khawaja Saad Rafique in Islamabad to debate progress on ongoing KCR undertaking, mentioned Murtaza Wahab.

Taking to Twitter, Karachi administrator Wahab, who additionally holds a portfolio of Sindh govt spokesperson, mentioned that CM Murad had a really productive dialogue with Federal Minister for Railways & Aviation Khawaja Saad Rafique concerning the event of Karachi Round Railway beneath the CPEC mode.

“Each the leaders emphasised the significance of KCR for addressing the transportation wants of Karachi,” he added.

Provincial minister native govt minister Syed Nasir Ali Shah was additionally current within the assembly.

The assembly comes after Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif lately formally requested the Chinese language authorities to incorporate Karachi Round Railway (KCR) within the China-Pakistan Financial Hall (CPEC) tasks.

PM Shehbaz Sharif made these remarks whereas addressing Islamabad metro bus service inauguration ceremony which was attended by Cost d’ Affaires of Folks’s Republic of China Pang Chunxue.

“I request the Chinese language authorities to rethink Karachi Round Railway (KCR) undertaking and assist the Authorities of Pakistan within the building of the undertaking for the advantage of folks of the port metropolis,” mentioned PM whereas speaking to the Chinese language ambassador.

Earlier, Minister of Planning Improvement and Particular Initiatives, Ahsan Iqbal had mentioned that Karachi Round Railway (KCR) undertaking can be executed on the identical mannequin as Orange Line Metro Practice in Lahore.

KCR undertaking

Former prime minister Imran Khan carried out the groundbreaking of the long-awaited Karachi Round Railway undertaking final 12 months in September.

The Public-Non-public Partnership Authority (P3A) earlier this 12 months authorized new Karachi Round Railway undertaking. The brand new KCR is being constructed with an estimated price of Rs220 billion on the idea of a public-private partnership.

Learn Extra: ‘MODERN’ KCR TO HAVE 43KM LONG TRACK, 30 STATIONS

Karachi Round Railway envisaged the development of a 43km-long world-class inexpensive mass transit system utilizing environment-friendly electrical trains.

The undertaking envisages the development of flyovers and underpasses alongside the route of Karachi Round Railway for the elimination of 22-level crossings. The undertaking will facilitate the free motion of the KCR practice.

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