Supreme Court sat a time-limit of four-weeks for govt to re-design railways

The Supreme Court Pakistan sat a time-limit of four-weeks to the government for the restructuration of the railways and also cleared itself to order on authorities to establish improved bridges for ML-1 project.

The Apex court was possessing a hearing on the suo motu case considering the railway losses, where the court consented to give the deadline at the Planning Commission appeal.

In today’s hearing, the Supreme court also called on a progress report on the Karachi circular railway project from the Sindh government and Pakistan Railway.

The current situation of the railway bridges and the Karachi Hyderabad bridge is not so complementary – they are at the verge of collapsing at any moment. Declared by Chief Justice Gulzar Ahmed.

The bridge made by Britishers in Kotri is until the date in its clear condition. There is not a single bridge on the Sindh River that the nation could be proud of.  Claimed by the Judge. He further added that the Ayub Bridge constructed in the duration of Ayub Khan’s period, is the only traverse which is considered “amazing”.

“Better bridges should be constructed for ML-1″ the Judge persuade the railway officials present at the hearing. He also directed them to respect the Indus furthermore between the time period of construction, since it scampers the country’s economy.

When the currently approved going under construction order of the railway bridges appeared to take three years –  in response the CJP declared: “Three years is a heavy time period to build, Chinese people construct railway lines in six months”.

He further claimed that if the funds are obtainable then there should be no hurdles in the completion of the project.

The court further investigated about the ML-1 railway project under China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) and passed a dictation for the submission of the planning division report.