KARACHI, Oct 22: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah has said that water desalination plants (reverse osmosis plants) are being installed to supply additional water in localities facing acute water shortage in the city.

He said this while chairing a meeting at the CM House on Monday to consider special initiative to meet water requirements in different localities with specific reference to the old city area, including Lyari and Keamari.—Staff Reporter

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