KARACHI (APP) - The Managing Director of Karachi Water and Sewerage Board (KWSB), Suleman Chandio has expressed dissatisfaction over the quality of sewerage lines laid in Landhi and Korangi Industrial areas and conveyed his displeasure to concerned consultant and contractors. He directed the engineers not to make payment to negligent contractors because the amount being spent on development schemes is the trust of people. He made it clear that there could be no compromise on the quality of water and sewerage lines being laid. Talking to consultants and contractors during a visit to Landhi and Korangi Industrial areas, the MD was critical of NESPAK and noted that care was not taken of quality of sewerage line between Ghani and Gul Ahmed Chowrangis, nor of gravity as a result of which the system of sewerage water disposal can prove a failure with eruption of complaints of overflows. Suleman Chandio directed that these lines be re-laid and expenses there on be recovered from contractor. He regretted that at certain points, sewerage lines have been laid crossing the water lines. He said this too should be rectified. He said that care be taken of gravity. Chief Engineer Sewerage Zone-I, Imran Asif informed the Managing Director that NESPAK has recovered total charges for the work. MD directed that inter-connection work in Landhi-Korangi industrial area be immediately carried out. Later he visited Mahmoodabad Sewerage Treatment plant. Private schools asked to teach Sindhi as compulsory subject The private educational institutions have been asked to teach Sindhi as a compulsory subject. A circular to this effect has been issued on the directive of Sindh Minister for Education and Literacy, Pir Mazhar- ul- Haq to all the private educational institutions in the province, said a statement on Tuesday. It said in case of non-compliance the registration of the institution may be cancelled. The statement pointed out that the circular to this effect was issued to all the private schools through the Director Registration.