Finally Gulshan chorangi bridge is inaugurated by Governor Sindh

On my recent visit to Rawalpindi I asked a question to many people which most of them were unable to reply. I asked “Do they know who City Nazim of Rawalpindi is”.
Even though I am not a big fan of MQM but I support Mustafa Bhai.
Keep it up Mustafa Kamal.

16 Comments so far

  1. shoaib on October 11th, 2008 @ 12:52 am

    @Raja Islam
    Read the speech Mustafa Kamal made on this inaugration. Whose vision is brining all this in Karachi. Please be realistic. These are factual cinvessing by MQM and if you belive on facts, come and join MQM.

  2. kaami on October 11th, 2008 @ 12:54 am

    This means that, if not big but you are still a "small fan of MQM".

    Better Late than Never!

    BTW a recent photograph would have fared much better with this post.

  3. Kashif Aziz (kashaziz) on October 11th, 2008 @ 2:29 am

    Something that has to be completed in 3 months took more than a year. People of Gulshan have suffered for more than one year as there was no diversion planned, making it really hard to go on the other side.

    Nevertheless, better late than never.

    And the reason people of Pindi don’t know the name of Nazim is because their Nazim (perhaps) is not fond of publicity as much as ours is. Whether its Cable TV, Newspaper or Billboards, Nazim Bhai is every where.

  4. saadibrahim on October 11th, 2008 @ 6:56 am

    ^Yeah absolutely correct! he has put his videos on every local TV channel bragging about him
    MQM has a long term plan, first get in the heart of people and then …
    anyways the work done is good regardless of their motives

  5. Talha Aziz (aziztalha) on October 11th, 2008 @ 8:46 am

    And the reason people of Pindi don’t know the name of Nazim is because their Nazim (perhaps) is not fond of publicity as much as ours is

    Pindi Nazim cant publicize anything because he hasn’t done anything noteworthy.. unlike the Nazim of Karachi, who in some years, has given the people a road network with in the city that is undoubtedly the best in Pakistan

    if people dont knw Pindi’s Nazim .. this is something that he should be ashamed of.. rather u guys justifyin it

  6. faylasuf on October 11th, 2008 @ 11:16 am

    a plus point..ther rnt many opnings on th signl free u can driv with much more cmfrt if u r goin on a long route bt at th same time ppl who wish to go across hv to go a long way b4 findin a u-turn

    hvin said that, nthis signl fre cordr is a captivatin sight at night..start from nagan and start prayin for the strength of these brdgs..:P

    lets hope for the best

  7. kaami on October 11th, 2008 @ 6:14 pm

    Saaqib & Kashif Allama Iqbal ne farmaya "Chirtee kuon ho meri jaan".

    As for the delay, the Nazim has already apologized and given the explanation, "The contractor was changed and the old one went to court".

    And yes you are right, unlike other parties. MQM has big plans for this city / country. They are not in the business of fast tracking youth to paradise or corrupting them by whole sale distribution of unsustainable jobs. If they manage to keep the fanatics out and our banking system remains viable we will do good despite the messby upcountry politicians.

  8. tzaidi on October 11th, 2008 @ 9:27 pm

    Mustafa Kamal may be the best Nazim / mayor, Karachi ever has, he is also a visionary which are of course inspired by manifesto of the party he belongs to.

    @Raja Islam, its Ok if you are not big fan of a political party, atleast you are honest enough to accept that atleast MQM is doing something good for this city, I respect / appreciate that.

    People say that this plan should have been commissioned in three months, I would say only one thing that be realistic, no-one in Pakistan can construct a flyover / underpass in 3 months time.

    I admire Mustafa Kamal that at least he tried make a difference in our lives and eventually succeeded in his dream of making a regular Karachites’ life easier. Lots of his predecessors promised many things but hardly ever delivered anything.

  9. barristerakc on October 12th, 2008 @ 4:56 pm

    More Mustafa Kamal’s are needed to crush the fascists panjos and jamatis from being taken seriously in the national landscape! Rapidly

  10. shoaib on October 12th, 2008 @ 7:46 pm

    Mashallah Karachi you are getting beautiful every day. May you prosper with each passing day.
    See the beautiful pictures of the CorridorII at

  11. HITMAN (hitman) on October 14th, 2008 @ 11:21 am

    I appreciate all the hard work that is put into it, but, seriously, who has designed the U turns, on this corridor & on university road? They r just pathetic. Keep going in right lane & u end up in a U. Moreover, something needs to be done with the drivers who r driving on wrong side of the corridor specially in these U turns. I am all for harsh penalties for offenders.

  12. seskey on October 14th, 2008 @ 11:22 am

    kuch bhi hai, MQM wala Mustafa kudal kam dekha raha hai, jalnay walon ka munh kala, Karachi Rox, Karachi Rules!

  13. rockfella25 on October 14th, 2008 @ 11:30 am

    Reason Pindi nazim didnt get much publicity is that the city has always been looked after well by its people like Lahore, so there are no overnight changes there that we see in Karachi.
    Anyway, better late than never.
    Mustafa Kamal is a great guy and hope he keeps up the good work.

  14. safdar on October 14th, 2008 @ 1:54 pm

    Karachi, today is undergoing Revolutionary Development, Whatever people say about MQM Mr.Mustafa Kamal is a good and honest person who is making Karachi really Rock!!!

  15. khaksar on October 27th, 2008 @ 8:05 am

    Since more then 10 years Pakistan is trying to pat off Karz, loan, then where did the money come from to build so many roads and bridges.
    karz le kar khushiyaan, kaisee khushiyaan.
    wapis kon daiga karz. if taxpayers will have to return the loans then there will be a very big change in prices as the prices of all items will go up further more then now. i think someday one NAN will cost Rs.10/-

  16. shalak on October 30th, 2008 @ 8:41 pm

    long Live Mustafa Kamal Bhai !!!

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