HYDERABAD:Pakistan People's Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari Sunday inaugurated a water treatment plant in Hyderabad city.
Former Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah, Hyderabad Mayor Kashif Shoro, and former provincial ministers Sharjeel Memon, Nasir Shah, and Nisar Khuhro were presentat the ceremony marking the official launch of the MGD 6 water filter plant.
The MGD 6 water filter plant, with a daily capacity of six million gallons, is poised to provide clean and safe drinking water to an estimated population of 200,000 residents residing in the Latifabad and Hussainabad areas of Hyderabad. This initiative is a critical step towards improving public health and enhancing the overall quality of life in these regions.
During the inauguration, Bilawal Bhutto received a comprehensive project briefing from Managing Director Vasa, underlining the significance of this infrastructure development for Hyderabad's future.
The event witnessed an enthusiastic reception from the local community and workers, who warmly welcomed Bilawal Bhutto at the Wahdat Colony Agricultural Complex in Hyderabad, where flowers were showered as a gesture of appreciation for his efforts to enhance water accessibility and improve living conditions in the city.