Chief Justice of Pakistan Gulzar Ahmed directed the NDMA to clean the drains across Karachi and also ordered immediate removal of encroachments along the drains.
The installation of sign boards and other important cases were heard in the Supreme Court Karachi Registry on Wednesday.
The Attorney General told the court that he had talked to the Prime Minister, the federation does not want to interfere in the affairs of Karachi, we are considering various options in accordance with the constitution.
Chief Justice remarked that those who have been ruling for 40 years. They have not done anything, they are working people, Karachi is not a city, it has become a forest, it is still there from Karachi to Kashmore and no basic rights are being given to the citizens.
The Chief Justice further remarked that there is complete destruction in the city and Sindh government has completely failed, only the rulers are winning, Sindh has become a province of complete anarchy, who will fix it?
Commissioner Karachi told the court that there are 38 big drains and 514 small drains in Karachi, illegal constructions on drains, resistance in action against encroachments.