KARACHI - City Nazim Syed Mustafa Kamal on Thursday inaugurated 5km long 10000 Road from Surjani to Northern Bypass and two bridges on Lyari River. City government has completed these projects with a cost of Rs340 million. On the occasion, he was accompanied by Additional Vice Chairman of KWSB, Moin Khan, DCO Karachi Javed Hanif Khan, Project Director Surjani Muhammad Usman, EDO Works & Services, Rasheed Mughal, and other officers. Talking to media representatives after inaugurating the projects, the nazim said that with this road and bridges, millions of people residing in Khuda Ki Basti and Gadap Town, who had no such facility in past and cut off from the main City areas during rains, get direct link to main City areas. He said that with the steps taken by the City government, poor and middle class in rural and far-flung areas also availed the same facilities available in other posh areas of the city. Union council 4 and 5 of Gadap Town have been interlinked with the construction of bridges on Lyari River. Giving details of these projects, Kamal said that the City government had spent Rs180 million on the construction of bridges on Lyari River while the road from Surjani to Northern Bypass and drains had been constructed by Surjani project with a cost of Rs100 million and Rs60 million respectively. He said that in order to connect Superhighway with many areas of the City, several new ways had been constructed including the newly-constructed road from Surjani to Superhighway, 6000 Road and Saba Cinema to Superhighway 4000 Road. With the completion of all these new routes, traffic pressure at Sohrab Goth had also been decreased. Nazim Karachi said that citizens of Karachi would have more problems in their journey to cattle markets had we not constructed these new roads which have provided direct link to citizens going to Superhighway. He expressed hope that construction of 10,000 Road would raise the standard of life in the Goths of Gadap Town.