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Karachi city govt devises allotment plan for Empress Market affected shopkeepers

 

Karachi: The Metropolitan city has come up with a plan on Friday to provide alternate shops to the affected shopkeepers during the anti-encroachment operation in Empress Market.

A  list of the affected people had been made by the city government and a strategy has been devised for the allotment of shops to them.

Our News website recently got details of the plan and according to which, Under the plan 1470 shops and stalls will be allotted through balloting in the first phase of this development.

During the second stage, 2100 shops will be allotted to affected shopkeepers through balloting. 240 shops will be allotted at the ground and mezzanine floor of the parking plaza in Sadar. Another 400 shops will be allotted according to city plan and these shops will be in the empty plot opposite parking plaza.

250 shops will also be given to the people who were affected during KMC-furniture market in the anti-encroachment operation.

350 shops will be given to the shopkeepers at the Shahabudding Market area, plan reveals.

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