The Chief Minister has ordered the authorities to take action while clearing them that he believes in completion of the tasks and not mere briefings about the progress.
Shah has warned that officials who fail to clear streets and roads of dumps would have to go back to their homes.
The ultimatum was given in an emergency meeting chaired by Shah in Sindh Secretariat during which the Chief Minister stated that there are around 2,400 vacancies of cleaners in southern district but 1,039 persons work on the ground.
Meanwhile, he also said that the locals would not be allowed to dump garbage in open grounds and officials concerned should declare places for people to dump waste.
Police would be held responsible if residents dispose off garbage in Malir canal and Qayyumabads grounds.
It should be mentioned here that ex-chief minister Qaim Ali Shah had given a three-day deadline to departments concerned for the same cause days before he was removed from the post.
The deadline was not paid heed to then and the metropolitan still struggles with cleanliness issues.
After former chief minister s deadline expired and no progress was made, he attempted to justify the situation by saying that it was not possible to clear garbage in such a short time period.
Murad Ali Shah, ever since he replaced Qaim Ali, is being seen taking notice of different issues faced by the people.
Last week, after a monsoon shower inundated roads and streets troubling commuters, CM Murad personally inspected the situation.
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