PTI pushing country towards civil war, says Murtaza Wahab

| Says Imran Khan being provided relief by courts

KARACHI-Spokesperson for the Sindh government and Advisor to Sindh Chief Minister on Law barrister Murtaza Wahab on Friday said there was a double standard for a person, who did not believe in system of the country.
He observed that the aim of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf was to push the country towards civil war. The advisor stated this while talking to media persons at Sindh Assembly’s media corner.
Murtaza Wahab said that a person was being provided with relief who committed terrorist acts in the whole country. Murtaza Wahab said that he had never heard these words in the court, “Welcome Khushi Hui Aap ko Dekh ker”, these words were spoken yesterday in the court.
Climate change be considered in use of designing construction work: Administrator
Karachi Administrator Dr Syed Saifur Rahman has said that climate change and environmental balance should be taken into account in the use of materials and design in construction activities. He said this while speaking as chief guest after inaugurating the 18th Annual Building Materials Exhibition and Conference IAPEX at Expo Center Karachi on Friday. He said that green and environment-friendly constructions in accordance with local needs should be made possible. 
The administrator Karachi said that the participation of a large number of domestic and foreign companies in the IAPEX exhibition every year is proof of its success. He said the students who want to become architects and designers of tomorrow should take full advantage of this opportunity, adding that the theme of this year’s exhibition is “Design - A Creative Journey” to introduce a new dimension in the field of building materials and designing which requires creative skills.
Rahman said such kind of exhibition gives an opportunity to know and learn a lot, it is a matter of pride for Karachi that this quality material exhibition and conference was being organized here regularly, in which valuable information is provided by experts of this field. He said that the time has come for us to abandon the old ways and follow the modern construction trends, but in doing so with full consideration of the environmental aspect, it is the responsibility of building engineers along with soil and environmental experts too. The cost of construction has increased tremendously, he said.
He congratulated the organizers for holding a high-quality exhibition and conference on building materials. 
Chairman Institute of Architect Pakistan, Karachi Chapter Aamir Nazir Chaudhry, main sponsor Muhammad Faizan, Muhammad Idrees and well-known architects and designers of the city were also present on this occasion while the President of Institute of Architect Pakistan Saad Mehmood Khan addressed through video link.

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