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Crackdown against Karachi's water mafia

The promise is a part of the PTI's "Transform Karachi" plan.
Published October 29, 2018

As part of its "Transform Karachi" plan, the PTI, in its manifesto, claims that it will lead a "crackdown" against the city's "water mafia".

Source: PTI Manifesto 2018


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