SITE President lauds DG Ranger’s efforts to curtail water theft

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Muhammad Kamran Arbi, President of SITE Association of Industry, has underscored the significance of the Director General, Pakistan Rangers Sindh’s, efforts in reducing freshwater theft in the city, a move that has had a profound impact on the industrial sector. This collaborative effort with Karachi Water & Sewerage Corporation (KWSC) has led to a significant increase in the availability of water in the distribution network, a fact acknowledged by the CEO of KWSC.

In a press statement, the SAI president said that as a result, water availability in the distribution network of the KWSC has increased significantly, which has also been admitted by the CEO of Karachi Water & Sewerage Corporation. KWSC is now better positioned to supply more water to industries of the SITE area, Karachi, for their smooth functioning.  He also thanked Patron-in-chief Zubair Motiwala for his continuous efforts and for liaising with the DG to ensure a soft water supply to SITE Industries.

Despite the efforts to curtail water theft, the SITE area industries are still grappling with a severe water shortage, a situation that has persisted for many days. This has led to significant challenges for the industrialists, who are struggling to maintain their operations and meet their export orders on time, as highlighted by the SITE President.

“Unfortunately, no solution to overcome the water shortage problem has been worked out by the KWSC as yet despite an increase of substantial water in their system. They must supply uninterrupted water seven days a week so we can focus on fulfilling our orders on time”, he remarked.

The SITE President has demanded that the KWSC urgently make arrangements to provide uninterrupted water to SITE area industries 24/7 to ensure their smooth functioning and avert production losses amid current difficult economic conditions.



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