Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday unveiled the Green Line Bus Rapid Transit System in Karachi, Pakistan's largest city, which has long struggled with transportation challenges.
He is accompanied by Chaudhry Fawad Hussain, Minister of Information and Broadcasting, and other government officials.
The federal government's gift to the people of Sindh, notably the residents of Karachi, is the Green Line Bus Rapid Transit System, which was constructed at a cost of 35.5 billion rupees.
The project would give modern transport services to 135 thousand passengers every day in Karachi's western and central districts, making access to the city's Central Business District simple and safe.
On the request of Minister for Planning and Development Asad Umar, the project was implemented by the Ministry of Planning and Development through Sindh Infrastructure Development Company.
During his day-long visit to Karachi, the Prime Minister will also preside over various sessions on the province's political and administrative concerns.