AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 - EXPLANATORY MEMORANDUM

AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 - EXPLANATORY MEMORANDUM

AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 - EXPLANATORY MEMORANDUM

AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 1 EXPLANATORY MEMORANDUM The purpose of explanatory memorandum is to provide a guide to the Karachi Metropolitan Corporation annual budget. It entails budgetary planning and an over-view of the two major components of the budget: revenues and expenditure. It contains three main chapters: i. An Overview: Fiscal Policies of KMC. ii. Estimates of Receipts: Revenue resources of KMC and its analytical study. iii. Estimates of Expenditure: Current and Development of Expenditure and KMC’s obligatory Responsibilities.

AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 - EXPLANATORY MEMORANDUM

AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 2 Brief History.

Board of Conservancy now Karachi Metropolitan Corporation. The local government institution as a basic democratic entity and as a basic administrative unit has been recognized all over the civilized world. The body which is elected by the residents on their own to regulate and manage public affairs and meet the need of local residents and to improve efficient service delivery at the local level to develop a sustainable quality of life for people. The Local Government in Karachi has a strong history. It can be claimed that Karachi is one of the few cities in the Indo-Pak sub-continent where municipal administration was established primitively during the early British Period, to cope with the epidemic of cholera, which was then ravaging the city.

• In the year 1846 “Board of Conservancy” was established. • In the year 1852 the Board of Conservancy was converted in a “Municipal Commission” under the Municipal Act of 1850 with its temporary offices established at McLeod Road (the present I.I.Chundrigar Road).

• In the year 1878, however the Bombay District Municipal Act (Act VI of 1873) was extended to Provence of Sindh areas including the “City Municipality of Karachi.” • The promulgation of Local Government legislation was continued when in the year 1933 the “City of Karachi Municipal Act, 1933” was promulgated and the “Municipal Corporation of the City of Karachi”came into being.

AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 3 • In the year 1947 the Karachi Metropolitan Corporation formulated its own Rules - The Karachi Municipal Corporation Rules 1947.

In the same year India was partitioned and Pakistan, the dream of millions of Muslims of the sub-continent, came into being. All the affairs of the KMC continued to be dealt with under the Karachi Municipal Corporation Rules 1947 until 1960 when the Local Bodies system was altogether changed through the Basic Democracies Act 1959 introducing the Basic Democracy System throughout the country. The new system was enforced through the promulgation of ‘’West Pakistan Municipal Administration Ordinance 1960. Elections of the local bodies under this system were held twice - first in 1960 and then in 1965.

• With the enforcement of Martial Law in 1971 the Basic Democracies system was also abolished in 1971. • After separation of East Pakistan to deal with the affairs of local bodies in the respective jurisdiction of each province promulgated its own local bodies laws. Accordingly in Sindh “The Sindh Peoples’ Local Government Ordinance” was promulgated in 1972. • In the year 1976 the status of Metropolitan Corporation was awarded on KMC and areas constituting Landhi Korangi Municipal Committee, Drigh- Malir, Baldia Township and North Karachi were merged into the Corporation. After the imposition of Martial Law in 1977, a Citizens’ Committee comprising of nominated members was however formulated in 1978.

• It was in the year 1979 when the Sindh Peoples Local Government Ordinance 1972, was superseded by another ordinance namely “The Sindh Local Government Ordinance, 1979” was promulgated.

AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 4 • At the same time for the management of water supply system a Water Management Board was constituted in 1982 which was later on converted into Water & Sewerage Board to function under the umbrella of KMC. • On 12-2-1986 the council of Karachi Metropolitan Corporation was dissolved by the Government of Sindh and the elected council was substituted by an Advisory Committee.

• With a view to administer the development and maintenance of civic services in Karachi the two tier federated system was introduced and pursuant to the Sindh Local Government (Fourth Amendment) Ordinance, 1987, the 4 Zonal Municipal Committees (district -wise) came into existence i.e. South, East, West and Central respectively. For the first time in the history of KMC the elected council was constituted through Zonal Municipal Committees by adopting one third members of each Zonal Municipal Committees. The distribution of functions between the KMC and the Zonal Municipal Committees were made on the principle that city-wide functions were entrusted to the Metropolitan Corporation and function of local nature particularly the maintenance of infra-structure and delivery of services were entrusted to the Zonal Municipal Committees.

To ensure that the functions are clearly enumerated eliminating any overlapping it was provided that the Zonal Municipal Committees would perform all functions of Municipal Committees as laid down in the law and would not perform the functions assigned exclusively to the Metropolitan Corporation. The distribution of resources between KMC and Zonal Municipal Committees were made in a manner so as to ensure that both institutions remain financially viable and have proportionately sufficient resources in relation to the functions assigned to them. • Again the council of Karachi Metropolitan Corporation was abolished on 18-7- 1992 along with all with the Zonal Municipal Committees and to run the affairs Administrators were posted in KMC as well as in all the respective Zonal Municipal Committees.

AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 5 • In the year 1994 the two tiers federated system was also done away with and all the Zonal Municipal Committees were merged in KMC, to continue to function as District Municipal Offices under the supervision and control of KMC. In the mean time a new district namely the District Malir was also established and consequently the District Municipal Office Malir also came into existence. • So to say the unified KMC system was allowed to continue up till mid 1996 when through an amendment in the Sindh Local Government Ordinance 1979, the two tier federated system was restored again and now 5 District Municipal Corporations viz.

South, Central, West, East and Malir were established on 1996 on almost the same pattern of former Zonal Municipal Committees. This time the District Municipal Corporations have been given a wider scope of functions and more funds as per the formula fixed by the Government. • For the accomplishment of objectives the District Municipal Corporations have been allowed to levy taxes and collect Advertisement Tax, License Fee (Dangerous/offensive trades) and general trades, etc. The KMC revenues comprise of Octroi (the main stay and constitutes 93% of its revenue receipts and 81% of the total receipts of the financial year 1996-97), Fire Rate (collected by Karachi Water & Sewerage Board) and other minor sources and also the Capital Receipts generated through sale of land and cottage industries including development charges.

After deducting the committed liabilities out of the total revenue income so generated by KMC, the net revenue was distributed amongst the District Municipal Corporations on the basis of 70% on population and 30% on inverse ratio which in percentage terms comes to as under : (a) Karachi Metropolitan Corporation 33.00 % (b) District Municipal Corporation (South) 14.98 % (c) District Municipal Corporation (East) 16.15 % (d) District Municipal Corporation (Malir) 05.99 % (e) District Municipal Corporation (West) 12.96 % (f) District Municipal Corporation (Central) 16.93 %

AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 6 • In the year 2001 through promulgation of the Sindh Local Government Ordinance 2001 a third tier was added to the earlier two tiers and replacing the earlier provincial administrative units of divisions, districts and talukas in Sindh with three level of local governments viz. District/City District Governments, Talukas / Town Municipal Administrations and Union Councils. a)The District Governments have been assigned the functions which were formerly being performed by the Provincial Governments including district developments planning, revenue collection, education, health, community development, infrastructure development, agriculture extension, development of strengthening the information technology etc.

b)Whereas the Talukas and Town Administrations have been made mostly responsible for the municipal functions. The Sindh Local Government Ordinance 2001 was promulgated to devolve the political power and decentralize administrative and financial authority to accountable Local Governments for good governance, effective delivery of services and transparent decision making through institutionalized participation of the people at grass-roots level. Under the devolution plan the City District Government Karachi emerged replacing the Karachi Metropolitan Corporation and various department from the Provincial Government as provided in the First Schedule of Sindh Local Government Ordinance 2001 were devolved to City District Government.

Beside merger of various civic agencies like KDA, KW&SB, MDA, LDA, KBCA etc. with all their assets and liabilities.

• In 2001 with the promulgation of Sindh Local Government Ordinance 2001 the City District Government Karachi emerged in place of KMC until the revival of Sindh Local Government Ordinance 1979 in the July 2011. • In the year 2013 on promulgation of Sindh Local Government Act 2013, the KMC re-emerged in place of City District Government Karachi.

AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 7 Budget Preparation Exercise. The KMC’s budgeting is now being done as per the Sindh Council Budget Rules 1985 adhering to its schedules and procedures. Over the years, there has been steady expansion in all round development in Karachi bringing improvement in almost all areas of civic services: Municipal Services, Medical & Health, Roads & Communication, Sewerage and Disposal of Solid Waste Management, Environment.

Since the elected public representatives have assumed the charge of offices, the preparation of budget is a nightmarish task in view of the prevalent complexities such as curtailment of powers of Mayor Karachi, curtailment of right full OZT share of KMC, other deduction were also made by the GOS from OZT Share. Besides the inflationary pressures, rising cost of maintenance of services, annual increases in salaries and pension announced by the Government from time to time.

The preparation of budget for the year 2017-2018 is a difficult task: • As the KMC already faced heavy shortfall for payment of salaries to the employees, the Finance Department, GOS has distributed the OZT Share among KMC and respective DMCs without any formula and protected the salaries of devolved departments of DMCs and forcing KMC to bear the shortfall amount in salaries of KMC employees from own resources. • As in the same manner on revival of KDA, the salaries of KDA employees were protected by the GoS by giving share of Rs.200.00 million P.M. from the Grant-in-Aid of KMC while requirement of salaries of employees of KMC was ignored.

• As there is already huge gap between the income and expenditure which has rendered KMC almost financially handicapped to meet its essential obligations. It is pertinent to mention here that KMC did not bear essential requirements of their medical institutions from own resources since several years. • As the GoS have taken away following many important functions from the purview of KMC.

AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 8 ➢ Solid Waste Management. ➢ Building Control Authority. ➢ Master Plan. ➢ Water & Sewerage Board. ➢ Transport Department.

➢ Charged Parking. ➢ Local Taxes. (Advertisement). ➢ Karachi Package (Executing by the GoS). (As the Sindh Local Government Act 2013 reveal the fact that all the development schemes/ works are to be undertaken by the concerned Councils i.e. Karachi Metropolitan Corporation). • As the legitimate and due share of KMC on account of OZT share has not revised as yet which is the main contention of KMC.

The core responsibility of the Karachi Metropolitan Corporation is to finance development projects for Karachi from its own resources as well as funds released by the Government of Sindh. Projects are of various natures: funding KMC-run health institutions and one of its institutions widely known as Abbasi Shaheed Hospital and Karachi Institute of Heart Diseases to accommodate poor patients of city, road repair as Karachi’s developed road. Recreational Activities for over 25 million people like Women Sports Complex, KMC Sports Complex, Karachi Zoo, Safari Park, Welfare for the needy / poor citizens of city and lifting of millions of tones of Solid Waste to the landfills sites to dump.

There are plenty of works and projects being funded by KMC.

AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 9 To meet its financial obligations such as development projects and its establishment expenses, the situation worsened when the pace of government grants does not match with the rise which surpassed the later with huge margin. The KMC suffers with the persistent problem of resources constraint. Yet it can hardly afford to keep its development plan on low pitch. The resources constraints have further been aggravated as various financial issues still remain to be resolved by the Provincial Government some of which are as under: Provincial Finance Commission Award.

Constitution of PFC. • In light of Section 112(1) of the Sindh Local Government Act, 2013 (hereinafter referred to as the SLGA, 2013) the Government of Sindh re-constituted ‘the Composition’ and ‘Terms of Reference’ of the Provincial Finance Commission (hereinafter referred to as PFC) vide Notification bearing No. SO(C-IV) SGA&CD/4-37/2005 dated 24.11.2016. Main points of TOR of PFC. • To determine obligatory and priority expenditure of the Local Bodies and formulation of Divisible Pool for distribution of resources. • To preparing bench marks of revenues and expenditures and revenue and expenditure projections for Local Governments.

• To determine the criteria and formula for vertical distribution of resources between the provincial Government and Local Government. • To determine the fiscal distribution criteria/ formula and mechanisms for the horizontal distribution between Local Councils of the allocable amount.

AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 10 Suggestions/ Recommendations for PFC. It is pertinent to mention that since the promulgation of SLGA, 2013 the Government of Sindh has failed to convene a meeting of the Commission, let alone, making any award as mandated by the SLGA, 2013; the Government of Sindh issued the aforementioned Notification dated 24.11.2016, but the first meeting has held on 2nd June 2017 after more than six months.

There is a one Metropolitan Corporation i.e. KMC, 28 District Municipal Corporations, 108 Tehsil Councils and 1,128 Union Councils are working in Provence of Sindh, in the best interest of all the councils of province and KMC the following steps are required to be adopted by the GoS.

• That the functions of PFC include providing recommendations to Government of Sindh for the distribution of resources i.e. Provincial Finance Commission Award between the Provincial Government and the Local Councils out of the Provincial Consolidated Fund into a Provincial Retained Amount and a Provincial Allocable Amount. Furthermore, it also includes distribution of Provincial Allocable Amount amongst the Local Governments to meet the council expenses development or non-development which is called the PFC Award. • Thus, Government of Sindh should first of all calculate and decide the amount of PCF into PRA and PAA / Local Councils which is the basis of PFC award.

• Once the due share of PFC has been decided and share of Local Councils determined, the Government of Sindh should decide the share of municipal development funds out of total Provincial Annual Development Program / Budget on the pattern of KPK PFC which decided to apportion 30% of the total KPK Provincial ADP. (And this fund should only be utilised by the respective councils only not on the pattern of Karachi Mega City Project etc. • Another recommendation is to make the PFC Commission more unbiased and truly representative if the half of its members is nominated by the Government Side while remaining half are made by the opposition side as the KPK PFC Commission embodies to make this forum more representative.

AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 11 • That the Mayor of Karachi being one of the members of PFC as well as head of a Council and bound to receive the PFC Award wrote a letter dated 07.03.2017 to the Finance Minister, Sindh being the Chairman of the PFC Commission, wherein he mentioned the functions of PFC and provided the solution as to how the PFC Award should be distributed as soon as possible and to reconstitute the PFC by following the transparent procedure adopted by Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s PFC (hereinafter referred to as the KPK PFC). That letter should be discussed in the meeting and agree upon after due discussion.

• That it is pertinent to mention that unless the issue of distribution is resolved and the PFC Award distributed between the Government and Local Councils, the citizens will have to suffer as most of the Councils will be unable to pay the salaries or pensions to the government employees let alone the development functions. • The most important issue which should be highlighted in today’s meeting is that the Government should not try to confuse the OZT which was given to respective councils in Sindh against their lost revenues and the GoS and GoP both agreed to fund the councils against the withdrawal of Octroi and Zila Tax from the respective councils.

Likewise, some other forum first of all should finalise the actual amount against lost income of OZT with 15% increase every year which should have been released to respective councils. For example, KMC has calculated and informed GoS many times about the release of fair share to KMC as the later is in serious financial crises.

• Likewise, the fact should be born in minds here that the OZT grant was a factor of compensation income which should not be discussed in this forum as part of PFC since PFC talks about the provincial revenues and not the factor of OZT. • Another important issue to discuss here should be fair share of Karachi, while deciding factors of Karachi, we should be mindful of the fact that Karachi is the highest revenue generation city in Pakistan and greatest source GST on Services (Records tell that over 90% of the total revenue which came to Rs. 60 billion comes from Karachi), yet the peoples of Karachi are bereaved of their right of water, electricity, cleanliness and other civic amenities.

Hence, GoS and GoP should be accountable to peoples of Karachi as to why proper infrastructure development is not

AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 12 being made here. The forum should also discuss the ways and means to pay special attention to Karachi as more infrastructure investment in Karachi shall bring more economic activity for the Province as well as for the Country. Thus, Special attention should be given to Karachi. Matching Grants in lieu of Octori and Zila tax Historical Mismatch of OZT Share: The KMC appears to be as cash strapped entity today while it was not the case before the prime most Octroi incomes was not taken away from the federal government.

The Octroi & Zila Tax (henceforth OZT) was abolished by the Federal Government in 1999 and the rate of General Sales Tax (GST) was increased from 12.5% to 15% to absorb the proceeds of 2.5% additional GST was given to the provinces as compensation for the loss of Octroi revenue for distribution amongst Local Governments.

The funds meant to be utilized primarily for salaries and no- development expenses which constituted around major allocation and rest had to be used for the development schemes. Thus from this source KMC was able to meet its development outlay along with other sources of revenue. Historically, the KMC was the cash rich organization because of its potential income from Octroi was not taken away from the KMC. This can be gleaned from the fact that the Octroi income for the year 2001-2002 was pitched by the Government of Sindh budget as Rs.4,508,101,501 (Rs.4.508 billion) where as the 33% of that amount was supposed to be transferred to KMC which stood at Rs.

1321.459 million while KMC received Rs 1288.320 million. With each year, the OZT share was received often less and sometimes more.

The table below gives an accurate figure that reflects that over the periods unto 2016-17, the shortfall in receipts of OZT share, KMC received whooping Rs. 34,778.00 million less than its due share and if we add the Grant in Aid given to KMC in the year 2011-12 onward, reduced this outstanding to Rs.3,624.41 million short up till year 2016-17.

AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 13 Projected OZT Share (KMC) on the basis of average rise in Octroi Receipts:- Financial Year OZT Released (KMC Share as per Indicative Share) Special Grant-in- Aid OZT Share for Karachi on the assumption of 15% increase each year OZT Share for KMC @ 33% of the total share of Karachi Difference (Shortfall/ Surplus) Difference including the Grant in Aid 2000-2001 1,288.32 0 4,004.42 1,321.46 33.14 33.14 2001-2002 2,030.20 0 4,605.08 1,519.68 (510.53) (510.53) 2002-2003 2,682.43 0 5,295.85 1,747.63 (934.80) (934.80) 2003-2004 2,324.60 0 6,090.22 2,009.77 (314.83) (314.83) 2004-2005 1,939.08 0 7,003.76 2,311.24 372.16 372.16 2005-2006 2,420.44 0 8,054.32 2,657.93 237.49 237.49 2006-2007 2,862.17 0 9,262.47 3,056.61 194.45 194.45 2007-2008 3,411.74 0 10,651.84 3,515.11 103.36 103.36 2008-2009 3,411.74 0 12,249.61 4,042.37 630.63 630.63 2009-2010 3,411.74 0 14,087.05 4,648.73 1,236.98 1,236.98 2010-2011 3,923.50 0 16,200.11 5,346.04 1,422.54 1,422.54 2011-2012 3,923.50 3,153.60 18,630.13 6,147.94 2,224.45 (929.15) 2012-2013 3,923.50 6,000.00 21,424.65 7,070.13 3,146.64 (2,853.36) 2013-2014 3,923.50 6,000.00 24,638.35 8,130.65 4,207.16 (1,792.84) 2014-2015 4,250.46 6,000.00 28,334.10 9,350.25 5,099.80 (900.20)

AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 14 2015-2016 3,698.92 6,000.00 32,584.21 10,752.79 7,053.87 1,053.87 2016-2017 1,790.23 4,000.00 37,471.84 12,365.71 10,575.51 6,575.50 50,511.07 29,653.60 260,588.00 85,994.04 34,778.00 3,624.41 It is pertinent to mention here that on devolution of Education, Health & Local Taxes department to respective DMCs, the Finance Department, GoS has distributed the OZT share without considering the sharing formula between KMC and DMCs (33% and 67%) and protected the gross salary of DMCs employees without adhering to the grievances of KMC due to shortfall being faced by KMC due to transfer of income of Local Taxes.

An amount of Rs.141.690 million only was released on account of OZT share of KMC from Feb.2015 to Jun.2016. Now in the financial year 2016-17 the GoS being released OZT share to KMC by increasing 15% of the unlawful and unjustified last year OZT share of Rs.140.040 million i.e. Rs.21.006 P.M which comes to Rs.252.072 million P.A. Similarly the DMCs share have been increased by 15% of Rs.252.320 million p.m. i.e. Rs.37.848 million p.m. comes to Rs.454.176 million p.a. KMC’s Sources of Revenues: Income derived from KMC’s resources such recovery of Fees, Charges & etc; i. Grant (in lieu Octroi / Zila tax) from the Provincial Government out of the share of General Sales Tax.

ii. Income from sale of land and lease. iii. Income from the quarterly bills of Municipal Utility Charges ; and iv. Releases from the Provincial Government under District ADP.

AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 15 Municipal Utility Charges. The Municipal Utility Charges Department, KMC came into being in January 2009 through the Council Resolution, No. 364, dated 02nd June 2008 as provided in 39(b) of the Sindh Local Government Ordinance-2001. It started billing to its around 1.3 million consumers since then in collaboration with the Millennium System & Consultant pvt.

Limited (MSCL) outsourced by KMC for three years. MSCL’s jobs entail: a) I.T services b) Printing of bills c) Distribution of bills d) Updating the record of consumers The Karachi Metropolitan Corporation introduced the Municipal Utility Service Charges (MUSC) by replacing Fire Tax / Conservancy charges. The Council Resolution No. 452, dated 18 February 2009, unanimously decided, extended its approval to stop collecting Conservancy Tax from the inception of Municipal Utility Service Charges i.e. January-2009 and the Fire Rate be replaced with the newly imposed MUSC.

PRESENT STATUS • The Department has been circulating its bills among its consumers since January 2009. • Out of 1.3 million consumers, around only 40,000 consumers are paying their bills. • To improve the collection, notices have been issued among the consumers reluctant to pay their dues towards MUSC. • Rs.50 to Rs.60 million is realized by MUCT department, KMC every quarter. • Gulshan-e-Iqbal is the most responsive Town of Karachi. • Lyari is the least responsive Town of Karachi. • The Board of Revenue, Government of Sindh delegates the powers under the Land Revenue Act 1967 vide Govt. of Sindh order No.

DD (E&A)/HQ/BOR/201/6/269 dated 31.10.2016, the Financial Advisor KMC has been declared as an Assistant Collector Grade-I for the issuance of

AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 16 Notices against the defaulter of Municipal Utility Services. (Non-Payers) of MUCT. • The contract of I.T services, printing of bills, distribution of bill updated the record of consumers were provide the MSCL the contract of the same has been expired and the new contractor i.e. • M/S. Sprint Express (Pvt.) limited takeover the responsibilities for next three (03) years through the press tender after the complication of all cordial formalities.

• In the current year three quarterly bills have already been distributed. K-Electric formerly known as KESC.

Although the KMC is basically service rendering agency yet the K-electric previously known as KESC has been billing on commercial charges with other levies like additional surcharges, energy charges, fixed charges, fuel adjustment charges, electricity duty, sales tax as well as late payment charges. It should have a separate tariff distinct from industrial / commercial organization at par with other WASA’s charges in Lahore.

K-Electric also owes an amount of Rs.1716.176 million estimated to be received by KMC from K-electric on account of land rent etc. In order to get rid of the fiscal deficit, KMC has taken lots of steps which include development of its Asset Management System, Public Private Partnership Scheme to lower the expenditure side and introduction of various taxes, Municipal Utility Charges (MUC) which if made effective would help KMC become a sustainable financial entity.

AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 17 World Bank Funded Projects/ Schemes.

Since the day, the present local government election have been held and the elected council has taken oath, the donor agencies have taken keen interest in the affairs of local government and have assured of their full support. A project namely Karachi Neighborhood Improvement Project (KNIP) is being undertaken which shall help KMC execute following projects with Rs.8500 million in different phases. 1. Redevelopment of Saddar Downtown Area (Rs. 4500 Million). 2. Malir Area Road and Public Spaces Enhancements (Rs. 800 Million) 3. Korangi Neighborhood Mobility Improvements (2000 million) 4. Support to Improved Citizen Services and City Capacity Development (Rs.

750 million) In addition to above, World Bank has committed an amount of Rs. 450 million for the following important Tasks.

1. Modernizing KMC financial management information system 2. Improving own-source revenue (OSR) collection 3. Public asset management system 4. Enhancing citizen participation, feedback and communications It is expected that the above interventions would on the one hand, create excellent infrastructure in the Saddar, Korangi and Malir while on the other hand, important initiatives in the field of modernizing KMC Financial System on the SAP model, survey of MUCT through improving OSR Collection, development of Public Asset and enhancing Citizen Participation, feedback and communication shall help develop Public Service Delivery System in KMC.

AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 18 Budget At a Glance 2017-2018 The Budget at a Glance for the year 2017-2018 in a nut shell is summarized as under: (Rs. in Million) RECEIPTS. Current Receipts. Rs.18,325.484 Capital Receipts. Rs.1,795.500 Total Rs.20,120.984 Funds for Provincial & District ADP and VGF. Rs.7,024.602 Grand Total Receipts. Rs.27,145.586 EXPENDITURE. Establishment. Rs.11,738.239 Contingent. Rs.2,075.664 Repair & Maintenance. Rs.251.685 Total. Rs.14,065.588 Major Development Projects/ Works. Rs.6,045.480 Funds for Provincial & District ADP and VGF. Rs.7,024.607 Grand Total Expenditure Rs.27,135.670 Surplus(+) Rs.9.916 The above Budget at a Glance for the year 2017-2018 is indicated that the a shortfall of Rs.(300.084) million total out-lay comprises of Current and Capital Receipts of Rs.27,145.586 million inclusive of budget estimates of Provincial & District ADP & VGF of Rs.7,024.602 million.

The total expenditure of KMC of Rs. 27,135.670 million is allocated in the budget estimates for the next financial year’s 2017-2018 comprises of an allocation of Rs.11,738.239 million for Establishment, Contingencies Rs.2,075.664 million and Repairs & Maintenance, Rs.251.685 million have been earmarked for Development Works / Project of KMC and for Provincial & District ADP & VGF of Rs.7,024.602 million.

AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 19 Performance Review ANNUAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME 2016-2017 DISTRICT KARACHI (Completed Schemes) 2016-17 (Rs.

In million) ADP No. 2016- 17 Sector / Sub-Sector / Name of Scheme Estimated Cost Physical Planning & Housing Rural Sewerage / Water Supply Schemes (Ongoing) 1 Improvement of Sewerage Line & Water Supply at Faqira Goth, UC-05 Gujro, Gadap Town. 20.00 Total Rural Sewerage / Water Supply 20.00 Infrastructure (Roads & Bridges) On-going 2 Construction of Hut # 70 Hawks bay. 19.98 5 Construction of Protection Wall along Orangi Nallah Near Chota Medan Nazimababd District Central, KMC. 19.51 9 Installation of LED Lights at remaining Portion of Shahrah-e- Quaideen from Khudadad Chowrangi up to main gate of Mazar-e-Quaid, Karachi.

10.56 10 Installation of Street Lights Poles and Lights at Jinnah Avenue Road, Model Colony from Malir Halt to Tank Turning. 20.00 11 Improvement of Street Lighting System at Main road Saffora from University road to Madaras Chowk (Distt Malir) 20.00 14 Improvement / Rehabilitation of Street Lighting System at Westharf Road. 20.00 16 Providing / Erection of G.I Sheet (curtain wall i/c Frame) for Security Arrangement at Clifton Bridge for Khana-e-Farang Iran, Karachi. 5.50 22 Rehabilitation / Improvement of Road & Footpath on PIDC Bridge District South Karachi.

9.96 26 Rehabilitation / Reconstruction of Adam Khan Road, Karachi.

49.80 27 Construction of Un-Interrupted U-Turn of Hakeem Ibin-e-Sina Road, Nazimababd. 14.96 28 Improvement / Rehabilitation of Nazimabad Intersection No.7 near AO Signal, Liaqatabad Town, District Central, KMC. 19.72

AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 20 33 Construction / Rehabilitation of Sharah-e-Noor Jehan from Abdullah College to Qalndaria Chowk North Nazimabad (Ph II) from Qlandaria road about to block renew Ship-owner College (314.660) 157.34 35 Improvement of road From BC—6 to St-10 D-47 to D-52 Block 1 Scheme 5 Clifton District South KMC Karachi 19.99 36 Improvement of Road Carpeting Hijrat Colony UC-9 Saddar Town Karachi. 20.00 39 Rehabilitation / Improvement of road Along Railway line Near Hijrat Colony District South.

20.00 41 Improvement / re-construction of Road opposite Zain-ul- Abideen Hospital in Rizvia Society, Liquatababd Zone (Central) 20.00 42 Construction of Road Carpeting Internal Roads of UC-02, Manzoor Colony, Jamshed Town.

20.00 43 Construction of Road Carpeting near Mufti Mehmood Chowk UC-02, Baldia Town. 20.00 45 Construction / improvement of Roads in Shahnawaz Bhutto Colony / Zarina Colony near Arsalan Homes Sector 1-A/(PS- 98) at North Karachi 20.00 46 Construction / Improvement of Roads at Surrounding Area of Abdul Islam Park in Sector-9 Ps-98 at North Karachi 20.00 48 Improvement and construction of Road Between 3000 to 3100 in sector 3 & 4 Ps-98 at north Karachi (PS-98). 20.00 49 Improvement of Street lights system from Karachi University Silver Jubilee Gate towards Mosamyat.

19.84 51 Construction of Road from Service Road of Shahrah-e-Faisal Underneath Natha Khan Bridge to Railway Society behind COD, KMC. 8.17 52 Improvement & Construction road carpeting Umer Colony UC- 07, Jamshed Town. 20.00 62 Construction of Road from Khaskhali Goth to Ghulam Mohammad Sain Rakhio Goth (2.00.)KM 20.00 63 Construction of Road from Chanesr Goth to Ghulam Ali Kokhio (2.00)KMC. 20.00 64 Improvement / Rehabilitation of road Kabri Chowk & Pakora Chowk to Zainab Market 9 number Road NA-239 KMC West Baldia Zone 20.00 66 Reconstruction of Kabail Masjid Towards 13-D road in NA-239 KMC West Baldia Zone.

20.00 67 Reconstruction / improvement of road Different area in Keamari and Maripur Jurisdiction of NA-239 KMC West Baldia Zone. 20.00 69 60’ Dia. Thrust Boring across Railway Crossing near Urdu University & Improvement of Service Road in front of Chase Department Store & Sadqain Lawan Nipa, Gulshan-e- Iqbal.Phase II 19.98

AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 21 70 Construction Of Road and Carpeting In Block-1, 2,3,4 & 5 at Clifton, KMC South Karachi. 19.82 71 Construction of the Internal Road and link Roads & footpath Curve Stones & Drainage lines at Hassan Zaheer Road, Saddar Town, KMC South, Karachi.

18.57 72 Improvement of Sewerage lines & C.C flooring in the Different Areas of UC-4, 9,10 & 11 Saddar Town KMC South Karachi. 19.08 73 Construction Of Park at Gulshan-e-Faisal & Road Carpeting at Gulshan-e-Faisal Saddar Town, KMC South, Karachi. 16.51 74 Construction Of Road and Carpeting Of Hassan Zaheer Road, UC-11,Saddar Town, KMC, South, Karachi.

19.05 75 Improvement Of Street Lights System In Different Areas Of UC-4, 9, 10 & 11 Of Saddar Town ,KMC South, Karachi. 20.00 79 Improvement of Sewerage system and construction of road, internal and surrounding areas of Dhani Bux Goth, Gulistan -i- Jauhar, Karachi. 20.00 84 Repairing of road at Shahrah-e-Landhi and ISL road Landhi industrial Area Karachi. 19.99 86 Improvement and Installation of LED Street Lights from Yasinababd to Aisha Manzail. 20.00 88 Construction / Improvement of Road and Streets in UC-08, PS- 90 KMC (South), Kemari Zone.

19.97 89 Improvement of Ameer Khusro Road in Ps-116.

19.90 90 Improvement of Internal Roads in Sharfabad Society in PS- 116. 19.79 91 Rehabilitation of Roads in Different Areas of Block-11&12, Gulistan-e-Johar, Karachi. 19.95 92 Rehabilitation / Improvement of Roads in different areas of Orangi Town (UC-06 07 08) Karachi PS-95. 19.85 94 Improvement / Reconditioning of Roads Surrounding Streets of TABBA Heart Hospital, Karachi. 19.59 95 Improvement / Reconditioning of Roads block-07,08,11, F.B.Area, Karachi. 19.87 96 Improvement of Waheed Murad Road (Gul Plaza) in NA-249 District South Karachi.

20.00 97 Improvement of Chand Bibi Road upto SIUT in NA-249 District South Karachi. 19.95 98 Carpeting of Road & construction of road 2300 from 7000 to road 9000 at north Karachi 20.00 104 Rehabilitation of Road and CC Flooring in UC-01 (PS-110) Saddar Town. 20.00 108 Improvement of Road in the Areas of UC-06 (PS-95) Orangi Town, Karachi. 20.00 109 Construction of Road at Sector No.38/A Scheme No.33 Jahangir Town Karachi. 20.00

AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 22 110 Re-construction of Road in UC-01 Lyari Town. 20.00 111 Re-construction of Rd in UC-01 Malir Town (PS-121) Karachi 20.00 112 Improvement of Roads in the areas of UC-04 (PS-95) Orangi Town Karachi.

20.00 114 Improvement of Lavatories at Various floors from Ground floor to 10th floor in Civic Centre Building Karachi. 16.83 115 Improvement of Footpath Green Belt at Mehran Highway Karachi. 16.88 117 Improvement of Main Street Roads & Laying of Sewerage Line in Block -14, Gulistan-e-Jouhar, Karachi. (Balance Work) 20.00 118 Improvement of street lights system at Shahrah-e-Faisal from Regent Plaza towards FTC Flyover.

19.80 119 Construction of Additional Block in Sindh Governor’s House Karachi Meeting Hall (Block A) 19.99 120 Construction of Additional Block in Sindh Governor’s House Karachi (Block B) 19.99 121 Construction of Additional Block in Sindh Governor’s House Karachi (Block C) 19.64 122 Improvement of Roads around House No.43-9-E PECHS Block 6, Jamshed District East KMC. 4.31 123 Construction of cricket Ground at Block-L North Nazimabad Karachi Pavilion Jogging Track compound wall Allied works (Phase –II) 19.90 124 Rehabilitation of Nalas of the Akhtar Colony, Manzoor Colony, Kashmir Colony, Azam Basti & Junejo Town.

20.00 131 Improvement / Construction Sewerage line CC Flooring Road Carpeting of Sultanabad UC-02 Kemari Town Karachi 19.72 132 Improvement / Construction Sewerage line 9 12 15 DIA at Railway colony UC-04 19.98 134 Improvement / Construction Road Carpeting and Sewerage line Sachal Goth UC-12 Gulshan-e-Iqbal Town. 19.94 135 Improvement / Rehabilitation of Head Quarter Abdullah Shah Ghazi Rangers at PECHS Karachi 19.97 136 Widening & Reconstruction of road sector L-1 to L-I Chowrangi Surjani Town Gadap Town Karachi Phase I.

19.91 137 Improvement / Construction of CC Flooring at Faqira Goth, UC- 05 Gujro Gadap Town 19.98 138 Construction of CC Flooring at Shah Rasool Colony UC-09 Saddar Town. 19.78 140 Improvement of street light system Kashmir Colony Akhtar Colony Manzoor Colony Azam Basti Junejo Town Jamshed Town UC-01 & UC-02 19.99 142 Construction Of C.C Flooring Sewerage Line, Water Supply & Road Carpeting in UC-18, KMC Central. 19.99

AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 23 143 Construction Of C.C Flooring Sewerage Line, Water Supply & Road Carpeting in UC-31, Gujjro KMC East.

9.93 144 Construction Of C.C Flooring Sewerage Line, Water Supply & Road Carpeting in UC-17, Bhattiabad KMC East 9.99 145 Construction of C.C Flooring Sewerage Line, Water Supply & Road Carpeting in UC-16, KMC South. 9.94 146 Construction of C.C Flooring Sewerage Line, Water Supply & Road Carpeting in UC-17, KMC South 9.94 147 Construction of C.C Flooring Sewerage Line, Water Supply & Road Carpeting in UC-21, KMC South 9.95 148 Construction of C.C Flooring Sewerage Line, Water Supply & Road Carpeting in UC-31, KMC South 10.00 149 Construction of C.C Flooring Sewerage Line, Water Supply & Road Carpeting in UC-06, KMC West 9.94 150 Construction of C.C Flooring Sewerage Line, Water Supply & Road Carpeting in UC-07, KMC West 9.96 151 Construction Of C.C Flooring Sewerage Line, Water Supply & Road Carpeting in UC-29, KMC West 9.90 152 Construction Of C.C Flooring Sewerage Line, Water Supply & Road Carpeting in UC-32, KMC West 9.94 153 Construction Of C.C Flooring Sewerage Line, Water Supply & Road Carpeting in UC-11, KMC West 9.98 154 Construction Of C.C Flooring Sewerage Line, Water Supply & Road Carpeting in UC-17, KMC West 9.90 155 Construction Of C.C Flooring Sewerage Line, Water Supply & Road Carpeting in UC-21, KMC West 9.98 156 Construction Of C.C Flooring Sewerage Line, Water Supply & Road Carpeting in UC-31, Abidabad Baldia Town, KMC West.

9.94 159 Improvement / Reconstruction of Road Surrounding Area of Abbasi Shaheed Hospital & Backside of Anu Bhai Park, Liaquatabad Zone Central, KMC 20.00 160 Rehabilitation of Road Streets near Imam Bargah Jaffer-e- Tayyar Malir Karachi.

14.49 161 Construction of road Lines area UC08-09 Jamshed Town Karachi. 2.88 162 Carpeting and Patch Repair Works of Roads I/C Water Lines, Sewerage Lines & Flooring in Khandu Goth Block A, B & C, North Nazimabad, District (Central), Karachi. 17.94 163 Rehabilitation / Improvement of Roads, Construction of CC Streets & Providing and Laying Sewerage System in Mujahid Colony, Liaquatabad Zone, District (Central). 17.98 164 Rehabilitation / Improvement of Internal Roads in Akhtar Colony, UC-1, Jamshed Zone, Karachi.

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AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 24 165 Rehabilitation / Improvement of Roads and Providing and Laying of Water & Sewerage Line in Manzoor Colony UC-2, Jamshed Zone, Karachi.

17.66 166 Carpeting and Patch Repair Work of Internal Roads I/C Water Lines, Sewerage Lines & Flooring of Block F, G & H, North Nazimabad Zone, District (Central), Karachi. 18.42 167 Construction and rehabilitation of drain from star Gate to Railway Crossing Shah Faisal Town District East KMC Moria Goth 11.14 168 Construction of road and laying of 4 6 & 16 DIA P.E water supply line at Sector 5/B North Karachi PS-98. Karachi. 20.00 172 Construction / Rehabilitation of Road 4000 Saba Cinema (Left Side Main Track) to Lyari River at North Karachi Zone, District Central Karachi.

19.74 173 Construction / Rehabilitation of Road 4000 Saba Cinema (Right Side Main Track) to Lyari River at North Karachi Zone, District Central. 19.45 174 Construction of Service Road & Storm Water Drain along Sector 5-B/3 & 5-B/4 from Road 3100 to Road 5000 North Karachi Zone, District Central, Karachi. 19.80 175 Construction / Carpeting of Service Road and Box Culverts along Mohammad Shah Graveyard from Road 2200 to Sector 7-A at North Karachi Zone, District Central, Karachi. 19.06 176 Rehabilitation Work on Main Roads Nawab Siddique Ali Khan Road, Altaf Ali Baralvi Road, S. M. Taufiq Road, Ibn-e-Sina Road, District (Central), KMC.

17.57 177 Rehabilitation Work of Link Roads of Nawab Siddiq Ali Khan Road, Altaf Ali Baralvi Road, S. M. Taufiq Road, Ibn -e- Sina Road, District (Central). 18.25 180 Improvement / repairing of Trenches at Nawab Mohbbat Khan JI Road from Hussainia Iranian Imam Bargha to Nigar Cinema District South 8.72 181 Improvement / Reconstruction of road in Nazimababd No.03 Near Baqui Hospital District Central. 20.00 182 Improvement / Reconstruction of road in KMC work Shop to Masjid-e-Khair- ul-Amal District Central Nazimabad No.04 19.99 183 Improvement of work of the Link Road between Rabia Flower and Iqra City of Abu Hasan Isphahani Road at Gulshan-e- Iqbal 5.00 184 Construction / Improvement of Mandir 2nd Floor at Soldier Bazaar Jamshed Zone District East Karachi.

5.63 185 Improvement / Construction of Surrounding roads / allied Works Rangers Head Quarters Nazimabad District Central 18.90 186 Repairing of Different Bridges in District East & Korangi KMC 10.00 187 Improvement of Maripur road by Repairing of Patches & Trenches leading upto KANNUP.

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AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 25 188 Improvement & repair of road Super Highway cut to Jewani Heights upto Madras Chowk Scheme 33 Malir. 19.78 191 Rehabilitation / Construction / Reconstructions of Barracks at Headquarters Abdullah Shah Ghazi Rangers at PECHS Karachi Phase-II 19.96 197 Rehabilitation & Improvement of Services Road 4000 & Internal Roads, North Karachi 18.98 198 Rehabilitation & Improvement of Service Road 9000 in Sector 6-B Connecting of Road 4300 North Karachi industrial Area North Karachi Zone District Central.

19.07 199 Rehabilitation & Improvement Of Services Road 4000 & Internal Road North Karachi Industrial North Karachi Zone District Central.

18.80 201 Improvement of Internal Road Of Block-09, F.B Area, District Central Karachi. 18.19 202 Improvement of Internal Road / Streets & Sewerage System of Block-04, Gulshan-e-Iqbal Karachi. 19.59 203 Improvement of Road & Patch Work From Anda More to Nagan Chowrangi District Central Karachi 19.97 204 Improvement / Patch work from Imam Clinic to Farooq-e-Azam Masjid District Central Karachi 19.96 205 Improvement of Internal Streets & Sewerage System of Block- J, North Nazimabad, District Central, Karachi. 19.43 206 Improvement of Road & Patch work from Water Pump to Peoples Chowrangi District Central Karachi 19.98 207 Improvement of Internal Roads / Streets Of Block-L North Nazimabad District Central Karachi 19.18 208 Improvement of Internal Roads of Block-06&07 Gulshan-e- Iqbal Karachi 19.48 209 Improvement Of Roads & Patch work from Peoples Chowrangi to Namak bank north Nazimabad District Central Karachi 19.94 210 Construction of Roads from Geo Road to Rabu Goth (1.75KM) 19.97 215 Construction of Metalled Road in Sector 4/C Naiabad Baldia Town KMC 19.69 216 Improvement of Streets Lights in Lyari Town.

20.00 218 Construction of Road Drainage system at Village Shahbaz Goth Near Northern Bypass Tool Plaza Gadap Town District Malir Karachi 1.8 KM Road Work 19.90 219 Construction of road and drainages system at village Shabaz goth near Northern Bypass too Plaza Gaddap Town District Malir Karachi 1.20Km Part A Road Works (1.8 to30) 19.95 220 Road Carpeting Akhtar Colony, Kashmir Colony, Junejo Town, UC-01,02 & 04 Jamshed Town, KMC East, Karachi 20.00 221 Road Carpeting in Mehmoodabad, Green Belt, Awami Chock, Baloch Colony UC-04 & 05 Jamshed Town, KMC East, Karachi 20.00

AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 26 222 Improvement of Sewerage System in Different Areas of Kashmir Colony, Manzoor Colony, Azam Basti, Chanesar Goth, Baloch Colony, UC-01,02,03,04 & 05, Jamshed Town, KMC East, Karahi. 19.99 223 Improvement of water Supply Dia 03”,04”,06” & 08” in The Different Areas of Kashmir Colony, Manzor Colony, Azam Basti Chanesar Goth, Baloch Colony, UC-01 to 05, Jamshed Town, KMC East, Karachi. 19.99 224 C.C. Flooring in Different Areas of Kashmir Colony, Manzor Colony, Azam Basti, Chanesar Goth, Baloch Colony, UC-01 to 05, Jamshed Town, KMC East, Karachi.

19.98 225 Road Carpeting in Azam basti, Chanesar Goth, Mehmoodabad, Azam Town, Nala Par, UC-03 & 04 Jamshed Town, KMC East, Karachi. 20.00 226 Construction / Replacement of old sewerage Pipe lines Dia 24" at Hassan Zaheer Road UC 11 Saddar town 20.00 227 Construction of Road CC Flooring in UC-30 PS-126 KMC West Kemari Town Karachi. 19.98 228 Construction of Road CC Flooring in UC-27 PS-126 KMC West Kemari Town Karachi 19.98 229 Construction of Road including Sewerage line in UC-27 PS- 126 KMC West Kemari Town Karachi 20.00 230 Construction of Road CC Flooring including Sewerage line in UC-06 PS-92 KMC West Karachi 19.90 231 Construction of Road CC Flooring including Sewerage line in UC-31 PS-112 KMC South Saddar Karachi 20.00 232 Construction of CC Flooring Providing and laying Sewerage line in UC-29 PS-112 KMC South Karachi 20.00 233 Providing and laying Machine Carpeting in UC-29 PS-112 KMC South Karachi 20.00 234 Providing and laying Machine Carpeting in UC-30 PS-112 KMC South Karachi 20.00 235 Construction Of Services Lane from Korangi Road to Expressway to Facilities Traffic Flow For Iqra University 20.00 Total (Roads & Bridges) = 2,765.14 Fire Brigade 251 Development of New Cells for Operation & Maintenance of Landfill Sites, KMC 137.67 253 Supply of Fire Fighting Suits & SCBA for Karachi.

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AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 27 254 Providing of Alcohol-Resistant AFFF Fire Extinguishing Foam Concentrate. 19.90 255 Providing of Hazardous Material (HAZMAT) Equipment. 18.91 256 Providing of Decontamination Equipment for KMC 19.99 Total Fire Brigade = 216.46 Transport & Communication 261 Construction of Pedestrian Bridge Near Khatoon-e-Pakistan College Agha Khan Hospital At Stadium Road (Additional Work) 8.37 262 Installation / Improvement and Up-Gradation of existing Traffic Signals in Karachi Zone I 13.50 263 Installation / Improvement and Up-Gradation of existing Traffic Signals in Karachi Zone II 13.90 Total Transport & Communication 35.77 Total Schemes PP & H 3,037.37 Education Sector 275 Rehabilitation of GBSS Elementary Aligarh Colony, Orangi Town, Karachi.

20.00 279 Reconstruction / Renovations of School No.09/10 Mehmoodabad #06 Jamshed Town, Karachi. 20.00 280 Major Repair / Renovation of Government Boys Primary School (Bangali), Jamshed Town, Karachi. 20.00 281 Reconstruction / Renovations of school #47/48 Mehmoodabad No.6, Jamshed Town, Karachi. 20.00 285 Repair / Renovation of existing Building @ GLSS No.(13-14), Shah Faisal Town. 20.00 289 Rehabilitation of Existing Football Stadium, Syed Muhammad Shah Bukhari Ground Chanessar Goth Jamshed Town, Karachi. 20.00 290 Construction of Pavilion of Gull Baloch Football Ground at Siddique Goth Shah Faisal Colony, Karachi.

19.91 291 Community Center of Siddique village UC-07, Shah Faisal Town, Karachi. 16.07 294 Repair / Maintenance / Renovation of Jinnah (Boys/Girls) Primary & Secondary School No.2 Local Bodies UC-5 Jinnah Square Malir.

19.92 300 Construction of five Roomed Primary school and computer Lab at Govt. Boys Primary School Sujani L- 1 Gadap Karachi 19.95

AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 28 301 Repair / Maintenance / Renovations of KMC Boys/Girls Primary School No. 6&7 Jaffar Tayar Society UC-5 Malir Karachi 10.54 303 Repair / Renovation / Maintenance of existing Boy Secondary school Zahra BIBI KMC No.04 Kohokrapar No.05 UC-6 Malir Karachi 19.93 Total Education (On-going) = 226.30 Health Sector (Ongoing) 330 Repair / Renovations of Abbasi Shaheed Hospital civil & Electrical Works.

20.00 331 Repair / Renovations of Karachi Institute of Heart Diseases Hospital, Civil & Electrical Works.

20.00 333 Improvement & Rehabilitation Works Of Rafiqui Shaheed Hospital At New Chali Sadder Town Karachi 16.68 Total Health 56.68 Culture & Tourism Sector 347 Improvement / Rehabilitation & Renovation of Toilet Blocks in Shohda Park, F.B.Area. 19.88 348 Improvement / Rehabilitation of Children Play Ground adjacent to Khursheed Memorial Hall Aziza bad. 19.88 349 Improvement / Rehabilitation & Renovation of Health Club in Shohda, Park F.B.Area. 19.76 350 Repair & Renovation of Korangi Mohammad an Football Club, Landhi Town, Karachi. (Phase II) 15.44 351 Construction of Cricket Ground at Mujahid Ground Nazimabad No.1 Karachi (Compound wall) 19.94 353 Development of Sports stadium in Sindh at Kali Pahari Orangi Town No.1 Karachi (Phase I) 20.00 357 Improvement of Abadkari Park in UC-01 PS-92 Site Zone KMC-West Karachi 20.00 358 Construction of Fitness Club and Pavilion Facilities at Ansar Memorial Football Ground Near Khadi Stop 13000, Road UC- 12, Landhi Town, Karachi 20.00 359 Renovation / Improvement of Model Park Sector 14-A near Farhan School UC-08 Orangi Town Karachi PS-95 20.00 360 Renovation / Improvement of Pak Flag Ground / Stadium, Block-17, F.B.Area, Karachi.

20.00 361 Renovation / Improvement of Noorani Ground Stadium, Block- 20, F.B.Area, Karachi. 20.00 362 Renovation / Improvement of Model Park at Tee Ground Street 06/B, Block-15, F.B.Area, Karachi 20.00 366 Construction of National (Cricket) Ground Adjacent to Government Secondary School Korangi No.6 UC-9 Korangi Town Karachi.

19.94 Total Culture & Tourism 254.83

AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 29 P & H 368 Tree Plantation & Development of Central Island from Nadeem Medical Centre to NED University. 19.99 371 Digging of PITS and GAP filling for Central Island of different roads of North Karachi, KMC, 19.99 372 Maintenance of Plants For 4000, 6000, 10000 Roads North Karachi 20.00 373 Supply of Decorative Plants Different Types for Different Area of Division-V & VI, KMC, 19.88 375 Development of Green Belt Along Surjani Round About KMC, 17.02 376 S/S Sweet Earth, Cow dung manure and Supply of Plants in Different Parks of Division I&II KMC.

20.00 377 Improvement of Sohrab Khan Khatak Park with irrigation system at Parsi Colony KMC. 20.00 380 Development / Improvement of Bilawal Chowrangi Clifton Karachi. 19.41 381 Remaining works at Coconut Park ST-30 and ST-30/A Park Clifton. 17.42 385 Improvement of Shalimar Park at Nazimababd no #2 District Central. 20.00 386 Improvement and renovation of ABS park triangular park near Gujjar nallah in Nazimabad No.3 and Aqsa Park and Islamic Park in Nazimabad #2 District Central 19.88 387 Improvement of lawns for Baradari Gulshan Jinnah KMC 8.50 390 Improvement of Park Rizvia Cooperative Society Nazimabad Karachi 3.84 391 Improvement of lawns at Bagh Ibne Qasim Clifton KMC 19.94 392 Improvement / Rehabilitation of irrigation and lighting system at different parks and roads of Division I II III IV VI PH KMC 19.98 396 Tree Plantation in Central Island at Road 4000 from 3000 to 9000 Road North Karachi, Balance work 3.00 397 Development of central island and side belt 12000 road Korangi KMC 20.00 400 Providing and Fixing Different Type of Physical Appliances at Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Park Boat Basin Block-6 Clifton 3.96 405 Construction of model park at Liaquatabad Town.

20.00 406 Improvement of Sir Syed Park and Nursery at Block -13 F.B.Area Gulberg,KMC 18.95 407 Florence Family Park ST-10 Block A North Nazimabad in front of Masjid Ibrahim 10.00 408 Irrigation system in central Island from Liaquatabad DakKhana signal to Bara Board signal Div IV. 9.44

AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 30 409 Improvement & Development of Agha Khan Park Block-7, Clifton, P&H, KMC. 10.26 410 Tree plantation and filling sweet earth under the Tipu sultan Flyover at Shahrah -e-Faisal 20.00 412 Improvement of Central Island and Side belt 8000 Road from Vita Roundabout to Bilal Chowrangi, Korangi, P&H, KMC. 3.45 Total Park 384.90 C S & R 421 Providing & Laying Complete Irrigation System in Safari Area, Safari Park. 19.99 422 Providing and Lying of underground Cabling and providing Lighting Arrangement System at Safari Park. 19.90 432 Improvement of Parking Lot / Parking Area at Safari, CS&R, KMC.

19.90 Total CSR 59.79 G-Total Culture & Tourism 699.52 Information Technology 436 Up-Gradation of I.T Infrastructure (Hardware) for IFMIS of F&A KMC. 20.00 437 Refurbishment of F&A Department, KMC for One Window Operation. 20.00 438 Data Centre / Front End Lab Infrastructure Up-gradation / Expansion of F&A KMC. 20.00 Total Information Technology = 60.00 Total Schemes 4,079.87 Schemes completed From Block Allocation 2016-17 1 Improvement / Rehabilitation of Roads at Surrounding Area of KAKA Ground Block-N North Nazimabad District (Central) Karachi. 19.99 2 Improvement of Internal Roads and Sewerage System at Block-M North Nazimabad District Central Karachi 19.82 3 Improvement of Internal Roads at Block-C Near Haidery Market North Nazimabad District Central Karachi.

19.87 4 Improvement / Rehabilitation of Roads & Sewerage Line Along Block-P & Q North Nazimabad Karachi 19.70 5 Improvement / Rehabilitation of Roads & Sewerage Line Along Block-S, N & T North Nazimabad Karachi 19.98

AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 31 6 Improvement / Rehabilitation of Internal Roads / Streets in Sector-14/A Shadman Town Anda More North Nazimabad Karachi 19.92 7 Improvement / Rehabilitation of Roads & sewerage Line Along Block-N & H North Nazimabad Karachi 19.62 8 Improvement / Rehabilitation Of Internal Roads / Streets in Sector-16/A Block-01 KBR Society Bufferzone North Karachi 19.93 9 Improvement / Rehabilitation of Internal Roads / Streets in Sector-15/B Near Misbha-ul-Uloom Mosque Bufferzone North Karachi 19.99 10 Improvement of Services Roads Shahrah-e-Faisal from Baloch Colony Flyover to Lal Qila Restaurant District East KMC.

19.29 11 Improvement / Rehabilitation of Internal Roads / Streets in Block-3 Gulshan-e-Iqbal Karachi 19.97 12 Improvement of Internal Roads from BABA More to Sarya Mill Surjani West Karachi. 20.00 13 Improvement / Rehabilitation of Internal Roads / Streets in Sector-10/L Orangi Town West. Karachi 19.92 14 Improvement of Internal Roads and Sewerage System at Garden West Karachi. 19.73 15 Improvement / Rehabilitation of Roads at Block-15 Gulistan-e- Juhar District East Karachi 19.94 16 Improvement of Internal Roads & Patch Work at Garden East Karachi 20.00 17 Improvement of Internal Roads & Sewerages System at Olympian Islahuddin Roads Near Disco Bakery Gulshan-e- Iqbal District East Karachi 19.89 18 Improvement of Internal Roads & Sewerage System at Block-4 Near Discovery Store Gulshan-e-Iqbal District East Karachi 19.86 19 Improvement of Internal Roads / Streets at Block-07 Gulistan- e-Jauhar Karachi 19.95 20 Rehabilitation / Reconstruction of Internal Roads in Jinnah Court (D G RANGERS office / Head Qarters & DG Rangers House 10.00 21 Improvement / Rehabilitations of CC Streets At Nayabad in Lyari Karachi 19.99 Total 407.34 Grand total 4,487.21

AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 32 No. Of Scheme List of Schemes Which have been completed under District ADP2016-17 Cost In millions Sector 167 Infra-Structure (Roads) 3,192.47 5 Fire Brigade 216.46 3 Transport & Communication 35.77 12 Education 226.30 3 Health 56.68 42 Culture & Tourism 699.52 3 Information Technology 60.00 235 Total (Rupees in millions) 4,487.21 No. Of Scheme Sector / Sub-Sector / Allocation 2016-17 1 Rural Water Supply 6.000 250 Infra-Structure (Roads) 1,703.500 8 Fire Brigade 120.000 8 Transport & Communication 120.000 42 Education 230.000 29 Health 209.428 96 Culture & Tourism 870.000 7 Information Technology 75.072 440 Total (Rupees in millions) 3,334.000 1 Block Allocation (New Schemes) 833.500 441 Grand Total.(441 Schemes) 4,167.500 Department Wise Summary of Completed Scheme S.

No. Department No. of Scheme 1. Engineering. 90 2. Municipal Services. 8 3. Transport & Communication. 8 4. Education. 16 5. Health. 2 6. Culture & Sports. 10 7. Parks & Horticulture. 16

AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 33 Pre-View of District ADP 2017-2018 As per the guideline and directives of competent authorities, for ADP for the year 2017-2018 the allocation for on-going schemes have been kept at maximum level, whereas the inclusion of new schemes was discouraged. Sufficient has been allocated for new under block allocation 2017-2018. It is expected that the GoS will release the entire funds under District ADP 2017-2018. ANNUAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME 2017-2018 DISTRICT KARACHI (Rs. In million) ADP NO. 2017-18 Sector / Sub-Sector / Name of Scheme Estimated Cost 1 2 5 Infrastructure (Roads & Bridges) 1 Asphalt Wearing Course (5 CM) along Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Park from Bilawal Chowrangi to Boat Basin.

19.989 2 Channelization / Construction of Natural Nallah (RCC Wall) Orangi Nallah Liaquatabad, Zone (Part A) 19.990 4 Improvement / Rehabilitation of Street Lighting System at Shahrah-e-Noor Jehan from Abdullah College to Sakhi Hasan Chowrangi 20.000 8 Patch work of Main Road in Sector No.10,11,12,13 & 14 both Track in Scheme-41 Surjani Town, Karachi.

2.184 13 Improvement of 300ft wide Road along Sector-14 & 15 connecting Northern By-Pass Surjani Town, Karachi. 19.682 14 Rehabilitation & Up-Gradation of Center of Vocational Excellence Karachi (CoVEK) Sharafabad, Jamshed Town Karachi. 19.988 16 Rehabilitation / Construction of Nallah Backside of Hydri Market. Zone II 20.000 17 Rehabilitation / Improvement of road from FL-1 to ST-21 Block 2 Scheme-5, Clifton District South KMC. 19.980 18 Construction of Both Track of Road 1000 from Road 3000 to Malir Bund at Korangi.

9.115 19 Construction & Rehabilitation of Nallah from Sharah-e-Faisal in Morrio Goth Railway Crossing Shah Faisal Town.

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AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 34 22 Improvement of CC flooring and Sewerage Line Upper Gizri UC-11 Saddar Town Karachi. 20.000 24 Construction of road in Hijrat colony from Mai Kolachi Railway Track to Gulistan Hotel District South. 20.000 25 Repair of Rain Foot Patch Damages of Korangi Causeway Down Stream side in Malir River 11.079 26 Improvement / construction of connecting road between Road 3100 Road 4400 in sector 5-A/1, 5-A/2 5-A/3 5-A/4 (Ps-98) at North Karachi. 20.000 27 Construction of 40ft, 20ft wide Roads Passing through Survey Nos.66, 66/2,,66/3-2,67/2,123,125, nai Malir Tappo Ibrahim Hyderi and service road of road 8ooo Opposite Honda Showroom at Korangi town Ship.

11.187 28 Improvement & Construction of CC Flooring and water/sewerage line upper Gizri UC-11 Saddar Town. 20.000 29 Rehabilitation / Construction of Road, C.C. Flooring & Sewerage System at Moosa Goth, North Nazimabad, District (Central), Karachi. 9.900 30 Rehabilitation / Construction of Road, C.C. Flooring & Sewerage System in Pahar Gunj, North Nazimabad District (Central), Karachi. 19.990 31 Rehabilitation / Construction of Road, C.C. Flooring & Sewerage System Disilva Town, North Nazimabad District (Central), Karachi.

19.990 32 Rehabilitation / Construction of Road, C.C. Flooring & Sewerage System Kausar Niazi Colony, North Nazimabad District (Central), Karachi.

10.000 33 Rehabilitation / Construction of Road, C.C. Flooring & Sewerage System in Ashraf Nagar Paposh & Sarhad Colony, North Nazimabad District (Central), Karachi. 19.990 34 Rehabilitation / Construction of Road, C.C. Flooring & Sewerage System at Khamosh Colony, North Nazimabad District (Central), Karachi. 19.990 35 Rehabilitation / Construction of Road, C.C. Flooring & Sewerage System in Khyber Colony & Ajab Khan Colony, North Nazimabad District (Central), Karachi. 19.910 36 Improvement of Nishter Road from Teen Hati to Zoo Jamshed District East , KMC, 20.000 37 Improvement / Rehabilitation of Qazi Hospital Double Track road in Entire Jurisdiction of NA-239 Baldia zone West Zone.

20.000 38 Improvement of Service road from Tipu sultan road to Shahrah-e-Faisal and Places Jamshed District. 19.990 39 Improvement of Shahrah-e-Faisal Service Road updown from Tipu Sultan to Shahrah-e-Quaideen, Jamshed District. 19.990 40 Improvement of Sewerage system and construction of road, internal and surrounding areas of Rashidi Goth, Gulistan -i- Jauhar, Karachi.

20.000

AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 35 41 Imp./Const.of Sewerage system & road, internal & surrounding areas of Bakhtawar Goth,Gulistan-i-Jauhar, Karachi. 20.000 42 Improvement of Sewerage system and construction of road, internal and surrounding areas of Chashti Nagar, Gulistan -i- Jauhar, Karachi. 20.000 43 Construction or Road and Surrounding areas of Masjid Rehmani, UC-05, Malir Town, Karachi. 20.000 44 Construction of Rehabilitation of Road and Sewerage System of behind Citizen foundation School, UC-05, Malir Town, Karachi.

20.000 45 Construction of RCC Pipe Culvert on Nallah at Abbas Town Gulshan-e-Iqbal.

4.770 46 Construction CC flooring of Roads in Distt Malir NA257 20.000 47 Improvement / Reconditioning of Roads in Gulshan-e-Iqbal Block-01, 02, 05, 13-D, 13-D1, Karachi. 19.987 48 Improvement / Rehabilitation of Road at UC-08 (PS-97) Surjani Town Karachi. 19.963 49 Improvement of Roads in the Areas of UC-10 (PS-95) Orangi Town Karachi. 20.000 50 Rehabilitation of Road and CC Flooring in UC-06 (PS-110) Saddar Town. 20.000 51 Construction of Road from Khoprapar KDA Bus Stop to Amar Yasir Society via Gharibadab Madarsa Darul Ulum Mujadadia Neemia 1.75 KM.

20.000 52 Rehabilitation of Road from Khoprapar Chaman Colony Seven Star Bus Stop to Mehran Hostel via Police Station 2.0 KM. 20.000 55 Construction of Road Carpeting at Kashmir Colony, Junejo Town and Azam Basti, UC-01, 02 & 05, Jamshed Town. 19.678 56 Improvement / Construction of Sewerage Line at Shah Rasool Colony, Saddar Town. 19.720 57 Construction of Road Carpeting, C.C. Flooring, Sewerage Line & Water Supply Line at Patel Para, Balouch Mohalah, Sindhi Hotel Jacob line, Jamshed Quarters, Bijli Ground, Soldier Bazar & Martan Quarters, UC-6, UC-7, UC-9, UC-10, UC-11, UC-12 & UC-13, Jamshed Town.

19.970 58 Improvement of Construction of Road Carpeting Shiree Jinnah Colony, UC-11, Saddar Town. 20.000 59 Improvement of street lights system at Shah Rasool colony Hijrat colony sheerin Jinnah colony UC-09 11 Saddar Town UC-03 Landhi Town. 20.000 60 Improvement of street lights system at Faqirah Goth UC-05 Gujro Gadap Town UC-01 Jamshed Town Karachi. 20.000 61 Improvement / Construction of Road Carpeting of UC-04 SITE Town Karachi. 19.780

AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 36 62 Construction of Link Road Including new Jersey Barriers from Left Side Nehar-e-Khayyam From Grammar College to F-42, Clifton South, Karachi.

19.563 64 Improvement / reconstruction of Road in Nazimababd No.1 Liquatababd District (Central Karachi) 20.000 65 Carpeting / Repairing of Trenches of Road 9000 from Road 2300 to Road 4000 & Road 2300 from Road 7000 to Road 9000 North Karachi Zone, District Central, Karachi. 19.980 66 Carpeting / Repairing of Trenches in North Karachi Industrial Area, Road 2300 & 9100 North Karachi Zone, District Central, Karachi.

19.160 67 Construction / Carpeting of Road 4100 & Storm Water Drain from Road 5000 to Road 5200 North Karachi Zone, District Central, Karachi. 19.444 68 Construction of 2nd track and rehabilitation of Ist track of 100 Ft wide road from 10000 to Allahwalla Town Road at Korangi 19.083 69 Construction of 2nd track of 100 FT wide road from road 3000 to Allhwala Town road and up to road 12000 at Korangi 19.227 70 Improvement / Reconstruction of road in Golimar and Waheedabad Colony District Central Karachi. 19.258 71 Improvement / Reconstruction of road in Orangabad Mumtaz Nehari to Chota Midan District Central.

19.490 72 Construction of Road, C.C flooring and sewerage works in Rahim Shah Colony, Muhammad Nagar, UC-04 in District West, Karachi. 19.871 73 Construction of Road,C.C flooring and sewerage works in Madina Colony, Siddiqui Akbar Colony, UC-05 in District West ,Karachi. 17.549 74 Construction of Road , C.C flooring and sewerage works in Afridi Colony,UC-03 in District West. 17.549 75 Construction of Road , C.C flooring and sewerage works in Gosia Baloch Colony,UC-09 in District West. 18.477 76 Construction of Road, C.C flooring and sewerage works in Fakheer Colony,UC-02 in District West.

18.201 77 Rehabilitation & Improvement Of Services Road 9000 (SABA CINEMA) and Link Roads North Karachi Industrial North Karachi Zone District Central.

18.798 78 Construction of Various Causeway Saan Nadi 17.109 79 Construction of Internal Road & CC Flooring Sewrage Line Muslimabad UC Dawood Chowrangi Moinabad Muzffarabad. 20.000 81 Improvement / Renovation of CC Flooring Street in Lyari Town. 20.000 151 Improvement / Beautification of Shahrah-e-Quaideen Aman Exercise 2017. 6.153 155 Improvement and lane marking Painting of Road at Mai Kolachi Road Karachi 10.000 156 Rehabilitation / Repair of SWD at Nehar-e-Khayyam. 19.900

AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 37 UC Schemes 241 Improvement / Rehabilitation of Infrastructure in Different Area of UC-01,04,06,12,18,20,23,30 (East) , KMC Council (Regular) 20.000 242 Improvement / Rehabilitation of Infrastructure in Different Area of UC-03,19,24,31, (East) 12,18,21,32 (Korangi) ,, KMC Council (Regular) 20.000 243 Improvement / Rehabilitation of Infrastructure in Different Area of UC-01,02,04,05,07,08,09,10(Malir) ,, KMC Council (Regular) 20.000 244 Improvement / Rehabilitation of Infrastructure in Different Area of UC-02,03,05,06,09,10,11,30 (South) ,, KMC Council (Regular) 20.000 245 Improvement / Rehabilitation of Infrastructure in Different Area of UC-07,08,12,13,14,15,17,20 (South) , KMC Council (Regular) 20.000 246 Improvement / Rehabilitation of Infrastructure in Different Area of UC-04,21,24,24,25,27,29,31(South) ,, KMC Council (Regular) 20.000 247 Improvement / Rehabilitation of Infrastructure in Different Area of UC-18,19,20,22,23,26,27,28 (South) ,, KMC Council (Regular) 20.000 248 Improvement / Rehabilitation of Infrastructure in Different Area of UC-01,24,30 (South)01,04,10,12,23 (West) ,, KMC Council (Regular) 20.000 249 Improvement / Rehabilitation of Infrastructure in Different Area of UC-02,09,31,33,36,37,42,43 (West) ,, KMC Council (Regular) 20.000 250 Improvement / Rehabilitation of Infrastructure in Different Area of UC-03,04,06,21,22,44,45,46 (West) KMC Council (Regular) 20.000 251 Improvement / Rehabilitation of Infrastructure in Different Area of UC-07,15,31,32,37,40,45, (West) 23 (Central) ,, KMC Council (Regular) 20.000 252 Improvement / Rehabilitation of Infrastructure in Different Area of UC-06,07,09,10,11,17,21,50 (Central) ,, KMC Council (Regular) 20.000 253 Improvement / Rehabilitation of Infrastructure in Different Area of UC-38,44,45,46,47,48,49,51 (Central) ,, KMC Council (Regular) 20.000 254 Improvement / Rehabilitation of Infrastructure in Different Area of UC-12,13,16,18,22,39,41,43 (Central) , KMC Council (Regular) 20.000 255 Improvement / Rehabilitation of Infrastructure in Different Area of UC-26,28,29,33,35,36,37,42 (Central) ,, KMC Council (Regular) 20.000 256 Improvement / Rehabilitation of Infrastructure in Different Area of UC-19,26,27,30,31,32,34,40 (Central) ,, KMC Council (Regular) 20.000

AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 38 257 Improvement / Rehabilitation of Infrastructure in Different Area of RSW-251, RSW-252, RSW-270,RSW-271, RSL- 284,RSY-298, RSM-303, RSM-307, ,, KMC Council (Reserved) 20.000 258 Improvement / Rehabilitation of Infrastructure in Different Area of RSW-225,RSW-233,RSW-235, RSW-241,RSW-247, RSW- 277,RSL-285,RSL-288, ,, KMC Council (Reserved) 20.000 259 Improvement / Rehabilitation of Infrastructure in Different Area of UC-6, 12, 13 (Malir), UC-20 (Central) RSW-256, RSW- 259, RSW-264 & RSW-265,KMC Council (Regular / Reserved).

20.000 260 Improvement / Rehabilitation of Infrastructure in Different Area of UC-1, 4, 5, 17, (Korangi), & UC-08, 10, 23,(West) UC- 16 (South) ,, KMC Council.

(Regular / Reserved) 20.000 261 Improvement / Rehabilitation of Infrastructure in Different Area of UC-03, UC-31 (East) RSY-293, RSW-221, RSW-244, RSW- 237, RSW-238, RSW-250, KMC Council. (Regular / Reserved) 20.000 Total (Roads & Bridges) 1,645.863 Municipal Services 262 Provision of essential Instruments for Food Laboratory, KMC, Karachi 20.000 Total Municipal Services 20.000 Transport & Communication 274 Shifting of Pedestrian bridge from Pipe Factory Dalmia Road to Banuri Town Masjid,Karachi.

4.599 Total Transport & Communication 4.599 Total Schemes PP & H 1670.462 Education Sector (Ongoing) 284 Major Repair / Renovation in existing Secondary Schools (6 Units): (i) Boys Jahangir East (ii) Girls 5/A N. Karachi (iii) Girls Anjuman-e- Islamic, Liaquatabad (iv) Boys Anjan Colony (v) Girls M.H. Baldia (vi) GGSS Paposh Nagar, Karachi 116.597 285 Construction of Football Academy @ Shireen Jinnah Colony Block-I ST-20, Clifton Karachi (Changing Room, Pavilion, Small Structures). 19.952 286 Construction of Football Academy @ Shireen Jinnah Colony Block-I ST-20, Clifton (Ground, Flood Lights & Energy) 19.972 287 Construction of Pavilion at various Grounds at Karachi (03 units).

18.003 288 Repair / Renovation of Schools Pertaining to Korangi Town, Karachi. 16.213 289 Repair & Renovation of School pertaining to Korangi Town (i) School No.1-2 Girls / Boys (ii) Primary School,3-4 Boys/Girls Primary School 11-12 Primary School. 20.000

AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 39 290 Repair & Maintenance of Elementary Secondary School in Karachi GSS#02 GBHSS K-Area Korangi, Landhi Town, (Electric Works). 16.600 293 Construction / Reconstruction of Government Boys Girls Primary School Monara Cantt. Keamari & Construction / Reconstruction of GBPS AL-Falah Bhutto Village, Keamari, Karachi.

20.000 296 Repair / Maintenance / Renovation of Elementary Primary & Secondary Schools in Karachi @ GGSS K-Area Market Landhi Town, Karachi.

20.000 297 Re-Construction of Dangerous School at Govt Boys Primary School No.04 Drigh Colony, Shah Faisal Town. 19.943 300 Addition of XI - XII Classes in Existing Secondary School at GGSS 51B, Korangi Town, Revised. 22.745 301 Repair / Renovation of Schools Pertaining to Korangi Town, Karachi.i) Government Boys Primary School 33-E, Korangi, Karachi.ii) Government Boys Primary School 32-A, Korangi, Karachi.iii) Government Boys Primary School St. THREASE Korangi, Karachi. 19.305 302 Repair / Renovation of Schools Pertaining to Korangi Town, Karachi.i) C.D.G.K No. 1-2 Girls / Boys Primary School, Korangi, Karachi.ii) C.D.G.K No.

11-12 Girls / Boys Primary School, Korangi, Karachi.

18.788 303 Repair / Renovation & New Construction Of School to Korangi Town at (1) Govt Girls Primary School 33/E Korangi No2 /1/2. (2) Govt Boys Primary School 32/A Korangi No.1 1/2. 19.997 305 Repair / Renovation of G.B.P Modal School 48/E Korangi , Repair / Renovation of G.U.B & G.P.S Abbasi Nager Korangi No.2 19.991 306 Repair / Renovation & Construction of School to Korangi Town at (i) GGLSS # 4 Nasir Colony Korangi (ii)GGPS Nasir Colony Korangi, Karachi 19.987 307 Construction Re-Construction of Existing School at Govt Boys & Girls Primary School 3&4 Korangi Town Karachi. 19.932 Total Education (On-going) 428.025 Health Sector (Ongoing) 315 Improvement / Reconstruction of Dispensaries, Hospitals & Health Centers (Local Bodies) in Karachi.

189.808 316 Up-gradation of 50 bedded Hospital into 100 bedded Hospital at New Karachi Town, Karachi. 59.035 317 Improvement & Rehabilitation of DG(T.S)H Centre/ Dispensaries & other Health Units of Liquatababd Town, Karachi.

19.553 Other Health 268.396

AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 40 Health Sector (KMC) 318 Repair / Renovations of KMC Hospitals Civil & Electrical Works. 20.000 321 Leprosy Hospital Converted into the Institute of Infectious Diseases, KMC. 139.217 322 Requirement of Auditorium in Abbasi Shaheed Hospital, KMC. 6.786 323 Provision of essential Equipment / Instruments for Strengthening / Up-Gradation of Accident Emergency Department Abbasi Shaheed Hospital. 20.000 324 Provision of essential Equipment / Instruments for Strengthening / Up-Gradation of Molecular Lab in Pathology Department Abbasi Shaheed Hospital, KMC.

20.000 329 Provision of essential Equipment / Instruments for Strengthening of Operation Theatre & Improvement of Patient Treatment of at Spenser Eye Hospital, Karachi. 10.600 330 Improvement of Spencer Eye Hospital, KMC, through "Provision of Essential Equipment / Instruments". 12.800 331 Provision of essential Equipment / Instruments for Strengthening of existing Operation Theatre of SRS Hospital . 19.045 332 Provision of Equipment / Instruments/ Furniture for Sarfaraz Rafiqui Shaheed(SRS) Hospital, KMC 19.750 334 Provision of Essential Electro Medical Equipments/ Instruments for Strengthening/ Up gradation of Landhi Medical Complex.

19.495 335 Providing / Installation & Commissioning of Diesel Generator Sets at Landhi Medical Complex, 5.500 336 Improvement and maintenance Landhi Medical Complex KMC 13.000 338 Addition of Cardiac Emergency Centre in KMC Hospital at Shah Faisal Town.

208.697 Health KMC 514.890 Total Health 783.286 Culture & Tourism Sector Play Grounds 348 Construction of Pavilion in Red Rose Cricket Ground in UC-2, Malir Town. 45.229 349 Construction of Stadium at ST-36 in UC-8, SITE Town, Karachi. 90.842 350 Repair / Renovation of Rashid Latif Cricket Academy, Korangi No.5, Landhi Town, Karachi. (Construction of VIP Pavilion & Fixing of Steel Grill). 20.000 351 Repair / Renovation of Rashid Latif Cricket Academy, Korangi No.5, Landhi Town, Karachi, (Construction of Double Roof Pavilion) 20.000 352 Installation of Floodlight in Rashid Latif Cricket Academy, Korangi No.5, Landhi Town, Karachi.

20.000 353 Improvement / Rehabilitation of Compounds on Jinnah Ground, Aziza bad No.8, Karachi. 19.725

AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 41 354 Construction of Cricket Ground Block L North Nazimabad Karachi 19.904 355 Construction of Community Centre at Sector ST-14 in UC-8, SITE Town. 113.264 358 Construction of Cricket Pavilion at Annu Bhai Park Nazimabad No.04 Karachi Phase I 19.983 359 Construction of Cricket Pavilion at Annu Bhai Park Nazimabad No.04 Karachi Phase II 19.985 360 Construction of Farooq-e-Azam (Cricket) Ground Sector 51-B Adjacent to Tayyaba Masjid UC-9 Korangi Town Karachi.

20.000 361 Rehabilitation of existing sports stadium in Sindh Azam Football Ground Drig Road Shah Faisal.

20.000 367 Development of Kaka Cricket ground at Block N North Nazimabad (Phase I) 19.789 TOTAL Play Grounds 448.721 P & H (KMC) 368 Procurement of Water Boozers for Watering for Tree Plantation on different Roads of Division No. I, II, III. 19.900 369 Development of Park at ST-32 Block-15 Gulistan-e- Jauhar, KMC. 20.000 370 Supply of Garden Tools, Lawn Movers, Gang Movers for Division-I, II & III, KMC. 10.960 371 Tree Plantation at side belt of 5000 road from Nagan to Surjani, KMC 19.951 372 Improvement of Plants by Watering & Trimming at 6000 Road, North Karachi.

19.990 373 Improvement of Central Island with Irrigation System at central Island Jinnah Avenue Malir (P&H) KMC 19.890 374 Development of lawns a Beach Park Phase II Clifton (P&H)KMC 19.890 375 Construction of internal Pathways at Beach Park (Phase II) KMC 19.980 376 Lighting arrangement and irrigation system at Beach Park (Phase-II) Clifton.

19.980 377 Remaining work of Park at ST-3 Block 15 Gulistan-e- Jouhar KMC 13.900 378 Development of Horticulture and Electrical works of Park at Block L N.Nazimababd KMC 19.990 379 Tree Plantation in Central Island at Road from Police chowki to Lyari River Surjani 11.000 380 Development of triangle park opposite Dolman Mall Clifton P&H KMC 19.990 382 Providing and Fixing Wooden Floor Board Walk at Park St-1, ST-2, Block-5, Clifton.

18.040 383 Providing and Fixing Children Play Castle and Fibre Cubes for Bridge at Park St-3 Block-6 Scheme 5 Clifton. 18.110

AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 42 384 Development and Improvement Of Baloch Park, KMC. 9.993 385 Improvement of Boundary Wall Gates, Ponds & Physical Appliances at Beach Park, Clifton. 12.825 386 Improvement & Development of ST-10 Park Block-IV, Clifton, KMC. 20.000 387 Improvement of lawn of lawns at Beach park Clifton 20.000 388 Improvement of Park at ST-15 Clifton. 19.790 389 Development of Gulshan-E-Jinnah ( Polo Ground) KMC (Balance Work of Governor Package) 36.000 390 Supply of Fibre Glass Dust Bins P F inauguration stone and stone Benches at Gulshan-Jinnah (polo ground) 4.972 391 Improvement of Gulshan-e-Jinnah (Polo ground),KMC.

19.968 396 Development of Lawns , Improvement of grill Fencing and Construction of Canopies and gate at Burns Garden KMC. 19.400 397 Tree Plantation in Central Island and Side Belt of Maripur road District West KMC 14.455 398 Improvement Of Jahangir Kothari Parade and repairing of Boundary Wall at Bagh-e-Ibne Qasim Clifton, KMC. 12.376 401 Development of Park at ST 16/B Block-3 Clifton, KMC. 10.780 402 Development of Park at ST 14/15 Block-3 Clifton,KMC. 10.000 403 Development of Park at ST-11 Block-3 Clifton.KMC. 10.000 404 Renovation of Boundary Wall and pathways at Park in Block-3 Clifton KMC 10.000 405 Improvement/ Rehabilitation of irrigation system in park at block-3 Clifton, KMC 10.000 406 Improvement/ Rehabilitation of Lighting system in park at block-3 Clifton, KMC.

10.000 409 Development of Family Akbar Park at Baldia Town, KMC 20.000 410 Development of Park at ST-13 Block-5 Clifton, KMC. 19.980 411 Improvement of Lawns at Bagh-e-Ibne Qasim Clifton Karachi 20.000 415 Procurement of Tractors with hydraulic trolley and leveller for Parks & Horticulture Department, KMC. 20.000 Total Park 602.110

AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 43 C S & R 416 Construction and Renovation of Boating Area and Reptile House at Karachi Zoo. 19.770 417 Construction of New Aquarium Building at Karachi Zoo. 19.900 418 Constructions Renovations of Black Swan Pound at Karachi Zoo 20.000 419 Construction of Hockey Stadium in Sports Complex Kashmir Road KMC. 207.000 Total CSR 266.670 G-Total Culture & Tourism 1,317.501 Information Technology 434 Consultancy service for Development & Implementation of IFMIS, F&A KMC. 20.000 435 Digital Archiving of Land Record of KMC. 20.000 436 Procurement of Office Equipments Furniture / Fixture and Other Material for Different Dept of KMC (S&P).

20.000 437 Up-gradation of IT Infrastructure (Net working) For IFMS, KMC 20.000 438 Up-gradation of IT Infrastructure System Software For IFMS 20.000 439 Computerisation of all KMC Departments (Phase I) 20.000 Total Information Technology 120.000 Total Allocation for On-going Schemes 4,319.274 No. Of Scheme List of Schemes which will be completed under District ADP2017-18 Cost In millions Sector 89 Infra-Structure (Roads). 1,645.86 1 Fire Brigade. 20.00 1 Transport & Communication. 4.60 17 Education. 428.03 16 Health. 783.29 53 Culture & Tourism. 1,317.50 6 Information Technology. 120.00 Total 183 Schemes (Rupees in millions) 4,319.274

AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 44 The following table shall further reveals the department-wise / head-wise expenditure for the financial year 2016-2017, Revised Estimates of the same year and the Budget Estimates for the next financial year 2017-2018: Sr. No. Department Budget Estimates 2017-2018 Revised Estimates 2016-2017 Budget Estimates 2016-2017 1 Secretariats (Administrator / Mayor, Deputy Mayor, Metropolitan Commissioner, Council, Vehicle, Veterinary, HRM, Religious Affairs & Media Management. 773.230 568.744 725.702 2 Finance & Accounts. 315.207 242.380 264.628 3 Parks & Horticultural.

897.468 534.188 816.600 4 Law 135.924 92.816 124.826 5 Information & Technology. 83.834 41.062 173.365 6 Enterprise & Investment Promotion. 59.901 41.734 51.316 7 Revenue Departments (Land, Enforcement, Estate, Katchi Abadi, PD Orangi & Charged Parking) 865.927 683.194 762.083 8 Recreation, Culture & Sports. 673.930 474.655 678.478 9 Medical & Health Department. 4,042.965 2,378.084 3,603.651 10 Transport & Communication. 424.615 85.500 471.940 11 Municipal Services. 3,079.05 2,537.490 2,961.601 12 Engineering. 3,762.418 752.751 3,413.985 13 Repayment of Loans & Pension Fund & other Misc Expenditure.

4,996.00 3,697.084 4,245.164 14 District ADP. 5,001.50 4,167.50 4,167.50 15 Provincial ADP. 1,023.602 2,557.516 2,738.988 16 Share of DMCs 1,000.000 - - Grand Total KMC(1 to 16) 27,135.670 18,854.701 25,199.827

AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 45 Information Technology. For the expansion of Information Technology, the following allocations have been made. (Rs. in Millions) Sr. No. Nomenclature Amount 1. 2017-2018 (B.E) Rs.83.834 2. 2016-2017 (R.E) Rs.41.062 3. 2016-2017 (B.E) Rs.173.365 The Information & Technology department, KMC trying introduce computer based culture for day to day work, communication and integration and generation of MIS for timely decision making and delivery of municipal services to the end user i.e. consumer . The following steps are going to be taken by the I.T Department as first instance: • Development of Wi-Fi environment (WAN/ LAN) for e-communication passing day to day instruction, orders, and massaging departments to department and hierarchy of the Organization.

• Digital Archiving and Land Management System by using modern technology for digital archiving and establishment state-of-Art Land Management System.

• Computerization of all KMC Department, KMC, is a gigantic task to computerize and ntegrate all KMC departments to work on computer base applications, instead of day to day work manual. The application will be developed as there needs, nature and requirement of work.

AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 46 Medical & Health Services: The Medical & Health Department, KMC running the 13 major hospitals of KMC within the limited resources and spent funds by the KMC to provide curative and better medical facilities to the citizens of Karachi.

An amount of Rs.4,042.965 million has been provided in the next year’s budget estimates indicating an increase of Rs.1,664.881 million over the revised budget estimates for the year 2016-2017. The KMC is running the following hospitals in the mega city of Karachi: • Abbasi Shaheed Hospital.

• Karachi Institute of Heart Diseases • Newly established Cardiac Center in Shah Faysal & Landhi • Spencer Eye Hospital • SRS Hospital • Sobhraj Maternity Home • Leprosy Hospital (Institute of Indigenous Diseases). • Landhi Medical Complex. Besides above Karachi Medical & Dental College and Hospital is also being run under the umbrella of KMC. Latest equipments have already been provided to the hospital with all the facilities for the poor patients on subsided rates. An amount of Rs.456.000 million has been provided in the next year’s budget 2017- 2018.

Nowadays a large number of dialyses patients have been increased in the city and facing hard treatment special poor patients.

Especially non availability of dialyses machines in the government sector/ hospitals and high cost treatment of dialyses poor patients being faced hardship for treatment. To combat the dilemma of increasing of dialyses patient in the city, the present local body representatives of city of Karachi have taken various measures including the following: • Decided to install 10 dialyses machines each in the Abbasi Shaheed Hospital and Landhi Medical Complex without the any fee/charge. • Start the dialyses treatment for poor patients of city at Nazeer Hussain Kidney Center after completion of electoral work.

AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 47 The present leadership is also delegated to provide: • Medicine, x-ray facilities and other essential items to the KMC’s hospital. • Latest equipments and apparatus and made functional inoperative diagnostic laboratory at Abbasi Shaheed Hospital in the next financial year. • Life savings drugs in all the KMC’s Hospital. • Sufficient funds in the District ADP 2017-2018 for betterment of KMC’s hospitals. Culture, Sports & Recreation. The Culture, Sports & Recreation Department, KMC is basically based on Culture, Recreation and Sports sections under the leadership of Senior Director CS&R, KMC.

Its major function is to promote culture sports and recreational activities/ facilities to people of Karachi also promote sports activities for disable persons & provide them better recreational facilities.

The culture section support / arrange the cultural activities in the city and on Sadeqain Art Gallery and Library Markaz-e-ilum-o Saqafat to hold art exhibitions. Other included are Mehfil-e-Millad, Food Mela, different competitions, Environment Day Festival, Painting Contest & Exhibition Tableaus speed contest and Tree Plantation. Effective measures have also been taken to promote sport facilities in the City. Whereas the sports section support / arrange the sports activities in the city and run the following institutions of KMC: • City Sports Complex Kashmir Road • Women Sports Complex • Landhi Korangi Sports Complex

AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 48 Similarly the Recreation Section is support and run the following institutions of KMC: • Karachi Zoo. • Safari Park. • Landhi Korangi Zoo. (Rs.in million) Sr. No. Nomenclature Amount 1. 2017-2018 (B.E) Rs.865.792 2. 2016-2017 (R.E) Rs.683.194 3. 2016-2017 (B.E) Rs.762.083 An amount of Rs.865.792 million has been provided in the next year’s budget estimates indicating an increase of Rs.103.709 million over budget estimates for the year 2016-2017.

AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 49 It shall be worthwhile to append herewith the list of the Major Projects to be funded under the ensuing budget estimates 2017-2018: (Rs.in million) Sr.

No. Nomenclature Budget Estimates 1 District ADP (Block Allocation) including U.C Scheme Rs.380 Mn) 1,667.000 2 Public Private Partnership Project (VGF) 1,000.000 3 Development works at different Union Councils (KMC Funds). 1,000.000 4 Development works at different Union Councils (ADP Funds). 420.000 5 Improvement & Up-gradation of Nehar-e-Khayyam 350.000 6 Commercial Parking Plaza at Shahabuddin Market including Phase-II 350.000 7 Improvement of Roads, Footpaths & Bridges (Patch Work) 250.000 8 Development & Improvement of Major Roads 250.000 9 Special Development Project / Works (Mayor Discretions).

200.000 10 Cleaning & Desalting of Strom Water Drains. 200.000 11 Unforeseen Development expenditure 150.000 12 Development Works at Orangi Cottage Industrial Area 100.000 13 Construction of New Fire Stations. 100.000 14 Lighting arrangement at Major Roads (KMC). 100.000 15 Development of Zulfiqarabad Oil Terminal Ph-II 100.000 16 Improvement of Flyovers, Underpasses & Bridges 100.000 17 Development & Improvement of KMC Parks 80.000 18 Repair & Maintenance of Fire Tenders & Snorkel. 50.000 19 CCIS (1339). 50.000

AN OVERVIEW 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 50 19 Annual Maintenance of Hospitals, Clinics, Maternity homes & staff Quarters. 40.000 20 Wireless Videos Surveillance Security System 25.000 21 District ADP Infra-structure of Roads 1,884.098 Municipal Services 130.000 Transport & Communication 115.599 Education 147.010 Health 290.313 Culture & Tourism (CSR & P&H) 675.980 Information Technology 86.000

ESTIMATES OF RECEIPTS 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 51 Karachi Metropolitan Corporation Revenue Budget 2017-2018 Nomenclature Budget Estimate 2017-2018 % Revised Budget 2016-2017 % Budget Estimate 2016-2017 Matching Grants in Lieu of OZT 3,360.352 12.38 1,790.020 9.49 3,050.352 Special Grant in Aid 6,000.000 22.10 4,000.000 21.21 6,000.000 Misc.

Grant in Aid 700.000 2.58 600.000 3.18 600.000 OZT for Pensioners 3,032.000 11.17 3,162.384 16.77 2,065.448 Dues of KMC against K- Elect. 1,716.180 6.32 0.000 0.00 1,716.180 Transfer of income from SBCA.

500.000 1.84 500.000 2.65 1,000.000 KMC Own Income 4,312.453 15.89 2,081.530 11.04 4,216.662 MUCT (KPT) 500.000 1.84 0.000 0.00 - Development Portfolio (Prov. & Dist. ADP & VGF) 7,024.602 25.88 6,725.106 35.66 6,906.488 Total Receipts 27,145.586 100 18,859.040 100 25,555.130

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ESTIMATES OF RECEIPTS 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 53 Analysis of Revenue 2017-2018 1,023.602 , 15% 5,001.500 , 71% 1,000.000 , 14% DISTRICT ADP, PROVINCIAL ADP & VGF Provincial ADP District ADP VGF

ESTIMATES OF RECEIPTS 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 54 The Budget of Karachi Metropolitan Corporation basically aims for the improvement of civic services especially to the less privileged people, which is envisaged under the Sindh Local Government Act 2013. The emphasis has been made on good governance, effective delivery of services and transparent decision making through institutionalized participation of people. The development and extension of environmental conditions and improvement in the quality of life is to be ensured.

The deteriorating infrastructure of civic services, rapid growth of population, expansion of span of development plan and increase in the non-developmental activities beside the persistent escalation in prices and constant decline in the income from the revenue resources which are static and inelastic in nature are the factors which has made the task of budgeting more complex.

A sound revenue base is a pre-requisite for ensuring the performance of the obligatory functions and to achieve the targets of development and improvement set in various fields and to translate the policies into action, in order to provide maximum services to the people. All possible sources within the ambit of Karachi Metropolitan Corporation are mobilized to find funds.

The major revenue resources of KMC have already been abolished/ transferred (SBCA, Conservancy & Fire Tax, Master Plan, Local Taxes & Charged Parking Fee) to other departments, which was used to cover the shortfall in salary / pension and met the major essential expenditures i.e Medicine, Medical Gas, Utility Bills, POL and Day to Day expenses.

ESTIMATES OF RECEIPTS 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 55 The total budget outlay, as reflected in the Budget at a Glance for the next financial year 2017-2018, is discussed below which would be indicative of the efforts made to generate funds through various sources: TOTAL RECEIPTS.

(Rs.in Million) Sr. No. Nomenclature Amount 1. 2017-2018 (B.E) Rs. 27,145.586 2. 2016-2017 (R.E) Rs.18,859.049 3. 2016-2017 (B.E) Rs. 25,555.130 The budget estimates for the financial year 2017-2018 of the Karachi Metropolitan Corporation portray the total outlay of Rs. 27,145.586 million as under: (Rs.in Million) Current Receipt Rs.25,350.086 • Income is derived from recovery of Fees, Charges, Tax, Rent, Other Recoveries etc.

collected by the different departments of KMC. • Matching Grant (in lieu of Octroi/ Zila Tax) from the Government of Sindh out of the share of General Sales Tax. • Grant in Aid (in lieu of Octori) from the Government of Sindh. • Releases of fund from Government of Sindh towards District Annual Development Programme and VGF. • Releases of fund from the Government of Sindh on account of Provincial Annual Development Programme. Capital Receipt Rs.1,795.500 • Income from sale of land and lease proceeds. • Auction of shops, offices, etc at Parking Plaza Lines Area & Commercial/ Parking Plaza at Shahbuddin Market.

Total Rs.27,145.586

ESTIMATES OF RECEIPTS 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 56 The following table shall further reveal the department-wise / head-wise revenue income of KMC for the next financial year 2017-2018 and budget estimates for the financial year 2016-2017 revised estimates of the same year: (Rs.inmillion) Sr. No. Department Budget Estimates 2017-2018 Revised Estimates 2016-2017 Budget Estimates 2016-2017 1 Grants/Releases/ Share from Government Matching Grants in Lieu of Octroi from GoS. 3,360.352 1,790.023 3,050.352 Grant in Aid. 6,000.000 4,000.000 6,000.000 Misc.

Grant in Aid. 700.000 600.000 600.000 OZT share of DMCs for Pensioners 3,032.000 3,162.384 2,065.448 Total 13,092.352 9,552.407 11,715.800 2. Revenue Department.

Land 1,242.000 300.000 1,181.000 P.D.Orangi 197.100 85.300 195.300 Katchi Abadis 40.000 30.000 50.000 Estate 152.500 131.550 147.500 Charged Parking / Toll Tax. 111.050 60.040 161.050 Enforcement/ Anti-Encroachment. 88.110 36.200 95.000 Total 1,830.760 643.090 1,829.850 3. Recreation, Culture & Sports. Culture & Sports & Sports Complex 29.500 20.650 29.500 ZOO. 66.322 55.029 53.700 Safari Park. 27.944 14.574 29.680 Aladin Park. 36.800 29.760 35.130 Total 160.566 120.013 148.010 4. Engineering 16.800 8.260 16.760 Total 16.800 8.260 16.760

ESTIMATES OF RECEIPTS 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 57 (Rs.

in millions) Sr. No. Department Budget Estimates 2017-2018 Revised Estimates 2016-2017 Budget Estimates 2016-2017 5. Finance & Accounts.. Financial Resources & etc. 291.010 406.371 1,231.010 Municipal Utility Charges. 1,000.000 500.000 1,000.000 Total 1,291.010 906.371 1,231.010 6. Secretariat Misc.Income from different departments. 1.385 0.170 1.966 Parks & Horticultural. 33.900 19.694 35.600 Veterinary. 177.230 45.380 100.300 Total 212.515 65.244 137.866 7 E & I Promotion 41.500 15.500 96.500 8 Medical & Health Department. 88.776 73.361 89.881 9 Transport & Communication 612.430 207.237 620.189 10 Municipal Services 58.000 42.500 46.500 11 Information Technology 0.100 0.050 0.100 Total.(1 to 11) 17,094.809 11,634.033 15,932.466 12.

Other Revenues Provincial ADP. 1,023.602 2,557.516 2,738.988 District ADP. 5,001.000 4,167.500 4,167.500 VGF 1,000.000 - - KMC dues of defunct KMC against K-Electric. 1,716.176 --- 1,716.176 Transfer of income from SBCA. 500.000 500.000 1,000.000 KMC dues against KPT 500.000 - - Total 9,740.778 7,225.016 9,622.652 Grand Total.KMC (1 to 12) 27,145.586 18,859.049 25,555.130

ESTIMATES OF RECEIPTS 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 58 The major sources of revenue income of various Departments shown in the above table are detailed and discussed as under: 1. Grants / Releases from Government. • Matching Grant from Government in Lieu of Octroi (Rs.in Million) Sr. No. Nomenclature Amount 1. 2017-2018 (B.E) Rs. 3,360.352 2. 2016-2017 (R.E) Rs.1,790.023 3. 2016-2017 (B.E) Rs. 3,050,352 While abolishing the Octroi / Zila Tax by the Federal Government the local councils were to be compensated for their losses from the additional 2.5% GST levied with the objective of counterbalance the loss of Octroi and Zila Tax.

Octroi used to be the back bone of the local council finances. Unfortunately the income from the additional 2.5% GST has not been able to make up for the foregone Octroi / Zila Tax which used to cover all the entire non-development expenditure including salaries which have now swelled up enormously due annual normal increase ad time to time increases in salary and pension permitted by the Government was considered. It is pertinent to mention here that on devolution of Education, Health & Local Taxes department to respective DMCs, the Finance Department, GoS has distributed the OZT share without considering the sharing formula between KMC and DMCs (33% and 67%) and protected the salary of DMCs employees without adhering to the grievances of KMC due to shortfall being faced by KMC due to transfer of income of Local Taxes.

An amount of Rs.141.690 million only was released on account of OZT share of KMC from Feb.2015 to Jun.2016. Now in the financial year 2016-17 the GoS being released OZT share to KMC by increasing 15% of the unlawful and unjustified last year OZT share of Rs.140.040 million i.e. Rs.21.006 P.M which comes to Rs.252.072 million p.a. Similarly the DMCs share have been increased by 15% of Rs.252.320 million p.m. i.e. Rs.37.848 million p.m. comes to Rs.454.176 million p.a.

ESTIMATES OF RECEIPTS 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 59 • Grant in Aid (in lieu of Octroi (Rs.in Million) Sr. No. Nomenclature Amount 1. 2017-2018 (B.E) Rs.6,000.000 2. 2016-2017 (R.E) Rs.4,000,000 3. 2016-207 (B.E) Rs.6,000.000 The Government has been releasing the share of KMC at the historical share of Rs.326.958 million per month. In the year 2011-2012 the Government was approached with a request to increase the share of KMC. Acceding to the request the then Honorable Chief Minister Sindh was pleased to enhance the share to Rs,852.55 million per month. The enhanced amount of Rs.525.600 million was treated as Grant-in-aid.

It was reiterated to take it as Matching Grant in lieu of Octroi. The request was not acceded and an amount of Rs.500.00 per month was fixed by the GoS since then an amount of Rs.6,000.000 million has usually been reflected in the next year’s budget 2017-2018.

On revival of KDA, the Finance Department, Government of Sindh act in similar manner as was done in the case of distribution of OZT share between KMC and devolved department, DMC’s case and again protected the salary of KDA employees and at source deducted an amount of Rs.200 millions from grant in aid of KMC and paid to KDA instead of giving them the average of what KMC was releasing to KDA (Rs.120.00 million per month), thereby giving another blow to KMC on account of its grant of Rs.500 million reduced to Rs.300.00 million P.M. Resultantly, the KMC has been unable to disburse the monthly salary of KMC employees on net and amount of deductions on account of pension, provident fund, group insurance and other deductions are outstanding for remittance of respective account and total amount of Rs.661.289 million on account of monthly pension deduction is still unpaid.

ESTIMATES OF RECEIPTS 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 60 2. Revenue Departments KMC. (Rs.in Million) Sr. No. Nomenclature Amount 1. 2017-2018 (B.E) Rs.1,830.760 2. 2016-2017 (R.E) Rs.643.090 3. 2016-2017 (B.E) Rs.1,829.850 The above total revenue of Rs. 1,830.760 million is derived from the following sources/ Departments and the estimated budget figures for the year 2017-2018 are shown against each: • Land Department KMC. (Rs.in Million) Sr. No. Nomenclature Amount 1. 2017-2018 (B.E) Rs.1,242.000 2. 2016-2017 (R.E) Rs.300.000 3. 2016-2017 (B.E) Rs. 1,181.000 The above income comprises renewal of leases, land rent, mutation charges etc.

an income of Rs.1,181.000 million was estimated to be recovered as provided in the budget estimates for the year 2016-2017 which was revised and reduced to Rs.300.000 million as the auction of land was banned almost full financial year did not fetch the estimated income. An amount of Rs.1,242.000 million has been provided in the next year budget 2017-2018 as against the revised estimates of 2016-2017 increased an amount of Rs.1,052.80. In order to boast up recovery of Land Department, KMC council have recently been passed different CRs. In view of the CR No.41 dated 16th May 2017 a new head of income under the title of ‘‘Commercialization Fee/ Charges’’ has been reflected in the budget estimates of 2017-2018.

ESTIMATES OF RECEIPTS 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 61 • PD Ornagi Town. (Rs.in Million) Sr. No. Nomenclature Amount 1. 2017-2018 (B.E) Rs.197.100 2. 2016-2017 (R.E) Rs.85.300 3. 2016-2017 (B.E) Rs.195.300 The estimated income for the financial year 2016-2017 of Rs.195.300 million was revised and reduced to Rs.85.300 million. An amount of Rs.197.100 has been provided in the next year’s budget 2017-2018 indicating an increase of Rs.110.000 million over the revised budget estimates of Rs.85.300 million for the year 2016-2017.

• Katchi Abadies. (Rs.in Million) Sr. No. Nomenclature Amount 1.

2017-2018 (B.E) Rs.40.000 2. 2016-2017 (R.E) Rs.30.000 3. 2016-2017 (B.E) Rs.50.000 The income from Katchi Abadies is derived by renewal of leases, land rent, mutation charges etc. Due to ban on lease the amount was reduced to Rs.30.000 million in the revised budget of 2015-2016. However an amount of Rs.50.00 million has been earmarked in the budget estimates for the year 2016-2017 which reflects an increase of Rs.20.000 million over the revised estimates of Rs.30.000 million for the year 2015-2016.

ESTIMATES OF RECEIPTS 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 62 • Estate Department. (Rs.in Million) Sr. No. Nomenclature Amount 1. 2017-2018 (B.E) Rs.152.500 2. 2016-2017 (R.E) Rs.131.550 3. 2016-2017 (B.E) Rs.147.500 An amount of Rs.152.500 million has been estimated in the budget estimates for the ensuing year 2017-2018 which reflects an increase of Rs.20.950 million over the revised budget estimates of 2016-2017. • Charged Parking/ Toll Tax. (Rs.in Million) Sr. No. Nomenclature Amount 1. 2017-2018 (B.E) Rs.111.050 2. 2016-2017 (R.E) Rs.60.040 3. 2016-2017 (B.E) Rs. 161.050 As provided in the Schedule-V Part-I item 09 of Sindh Local Government Act 2013 the KMC empowered to collect/ recover parking fee.

Due the decision made by the Secretary Local Govt. GoS the DMCs are also authorized to collect the parking fee on DMCs roads and KMC authorized to collect he parking fee on main roads belong to KMC. Due to aforesaid policy an amount of Rs.111.050 million has been estimated in the budget estimates for the ensuing year 2017- 2018 against the current year’s budget estimates of Rs.161.050 million which reduced to Rs.50.00 million.

ESTIMATES OF RECEIPTS 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 63 • Enforcement . (Rs.in Million) Sr. No. Nomenclature Amount 1. 2017-2018 (B.E) Rs.88.110 2. 2016-2017 (R.E) Rs.36.200 3. 2016-2017 (B.E) Rs.95.000 The income is realized by removal of unauthorized encroachments in the city. An amount of Rs.95.000 million was provided in the budget estimates for the year 2016-2017 which was reduced to Rs.36.200 million only due to out of reach unrealistic target. An amount of Rs.88.110 million has been provided in the next year’s budget of 2017-2018 which indicates decrease of Rs.6.89 million over the budget estimates for the year 2016-2017.

3. Culture ,Sports & Recreation. (Rs.in Million) Sr. No. Nomenclature Amount 1. 2017-2018 (B.E) Rs.160.566 2. 2016-2017 (R.E) Rs.120.013 3. 2016-2017 (B.E) Rs.148.010 The above mentioned total income of Culture Sports & Recreation department, KMC is derived from different heads of Karachi Zoo, Safari Park, Sports Complex, Culture & Sports and Alladin Park. Since the income is almost static in most the heads accept Karachi Zoo only Rs.148.010 million were provided in the budget estimates for the year 2016-2017. An amount of Rs.160.566 million has been estimated in the next year’s budget 2017-2018 which indicates an increase of Rs.40.174 in figures and in terms of percent i.e.35.13% over the revised estimates of Rs.120.063 million of 2016-2017.

ESTIMATES OF RECEIPTS 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 64 4. Engineering Department. (Rs.in Million) Sr. No. Nomenclature Amount 1. 2017-2018 (B.E) Rs.16.800 2. 2016-2017 (R.E) Rs.8.260 3. 2016-2017 (B.E) Rs.16.760 The income is derived from the asphalt plants, sale of tenders etc. of KMC. An amount of Rs.16.800 million was provided in the budget estimates for the year 2016-2017 which has been reduced to Rs.8.260 million in revised budget estimates. Further an amount of Rs.21.800 million has again been estimated to be realized during the next financial year 2017-2018.

5. Finance & Accounts Department.

(Rs.in Million) Sr. No. Nomenclature Amount 1. 2017-2018 (B.E) Rs.1,291.010 2. 2016-2017 (R.E) Rs.906.371 3. 2016-2017 (B.E) Rs.1,231.010 The income derived from Financial Resources (investments) and Municipal Utility Charges Income. The Financial Resources is mainly generated on the profit on investments or encashment of term deposits. The budget estimates for ensuring year an amount of Rs.261.010 is earmarked to be realized from this source. The profit gained by managing the funds by the Finance & Accounts Department, KMC an amount of Rs.303.898 million reflected in the revised budget 2016-2017.

ESTIMATES OF RECEIPTS 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 65 • Municipal Utility Charges. (Rs.in Million) Sr. No. Nomenclature Amount 1. 2017-2018 (B.E) Rs.1,000.000 2. 2016-2017 (R.E) Rs.350.000 3. 2016-2017 (B.E) Rs.1,000.000 The Municipal Utility Charges Department, KMC came into being in January 2009 through the Council Resolution (CR), No. 364, dated 02nd June 2008 as was provided in 39(b) of the Sindh Local Government Ordinance-2001. An amount of Rs.1,000.00 million has been provided in the next year’s budget 2017-2018 which indicates an increase of Rs 500.00 million over the revised estimates of Rs.500.00 million for the year 2016-2017.

The more heedful efforts can be covered up the loss of income of Local Taxes Department. 6. Municipal Commissioner, Secretariat, KMC.

(Rs.in Million) Sr. No. Nomenclature Amount 1. 2017-2018 (B.E) Rs.212.515 2. 2016-2017 (R.E) Rs.65.244 3. 2016-2017 (B.E) Rs.137.866 The mainly income of Municipal Commissioner, Secretariat, KMC is derived from Veterinary Department, KMC and P&H Department, KMC including small revenues heads of different department worked under Municipal Commissioner, KMC. In order to rationalized the budget estimates an amount of Rs.212.515 million is earmarked in the next year budget 2017-2018 reflecting an increase of Rs. 65.244 over the budget estimates of 2016-2017.

ESTIMATES OF RECEIPTS 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 66 • Veterinary Department, KMC.

(Rs.in Million) Sr. No. Nomenclature Amount 1. 2017-2018 (B.E) Rs.177.230 2. 2016-2017 (R.E) Rs.45.380 3. 2016-2017 (B.E) Rs.100.300 The above table reflects that an amount of Rs.177.230 million has been provided in the budget estimates for the year 2017-2018 as against the budget estimates of 2016-2017 i.e. Rs.100.300 million and registered an increase of Rs.76.930 million. In view of CRs No.28 & 29 dated 9th May 2017 passed by the council regarding Milching animals and Cattle Piri, the Veterinary department, KMC has taken over the charge of both sites. Therefore, recovery under the head of ‘‘Issuance of Health/ Fitness Certificate and licenses fee from Milching Animals’’ and ‘‘Cattle Piri Landhi, Malir & Baldia’’ are enhanced.

7. Municipal Services KMC.

(Rs.in Million) Sr. No. Nomenclature Amount 1. 2017-2018 (B.E) Rs.58.000 2. 2016-2017 (R.E) Rs.42.500 3. 2016-2017 (B.E) Rs.46.500 The income is derived from Food Laboratory, Fire Brigade, Solid Waste Management (Incineration Plant) & Etc. an amount of Rs.58.000 million is earmarked in the next year budget 2017-2018.

ESTIMATES OF RECEIPTS 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 67 8. Enterprise & Investment Promotion Department. (Rs.in Million) Sr. No. Nomenclature Amount 1. 2017-2018 (B.E) Rs.41.500 2. 2016-2017 (R.E) Rs.15.500 3. 2016-2017 (B.E) Rs.96.500 Income in E&IP Department derived from “Establishment of Buchat Bazar in the City” and “Income from Ready Mix Batching Plant”& Etc.

An amount of Rs.41.500 million is provided in the next year’s budget as compare to revised budget estimates of Rs.15.500 million which indicates an increase of Rs.26.000 million.

9. Medical & Health Department. (Rs.in Million) Sr. No. Nomenclature Amount 1. 2017-2018 (B.E) Rs. 88.776 2. 2016-2017 (R.E) Rs. 73.361 3. 2016-2017 (B.E) Rs. 89.881 The income comprises of the receipts from all Medical Institutions of KMC on account of various services provided by KMC in hospitals/ maternity homes and clinics. In order to rationalize revenue and being the medical service provider to poor people of city, the budget estimates of Medical & Health Department for the year 2016-2017 was reduced and rationalized an amount of Rs. 88.776million is now estimated to be realized for the next financial year 2017-2018.

ESTIMATES OF RECEIPTS 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 68 10. Transport & Communication. (Rs.in Million) Sr. No. Nomenclature Amount 1. 2017-2018 (B.E) Rs.612.430 2. 2016-2017 (R.E) Rs.7.237 3. 2016-2017 (B.E) Rs.620.189 The main income is comprised of “Occupancy value of Shahabuuddin Market”. An amount of Rs.612.430 million is reflected in the next year’s budget 2017-2018 is expected to be realized. 11. Other Revenues. a. Recovery of Dues KMC from K-Electric. (Rs.in Million) Sr. No. Nomenclature Amount 1. 2017-2018 (B.E) Rs.1,761.176 2. 2016-2017 (R.E) --- 3. 2016-2017 (B.E) Rs.1,716.176 An amount of Rs.1,761.176 million was estimated to be received from KESC now K-Electric on account of land rent etc.

as indicated in budget estimates for the financial year 2016-2017. Since the realization of the amount is still hanging fire an amount of Rs.1,761.176 million is again be provided in the next year’s budget of 2017-2018.

ESTIMATES OF RECEIPTS 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 69 b. Transfer of Income from SBCA. (Rs.in Million) Sr. No. Nomenclature Amount 1. 2017-2018 (B.E) Rs.500.000 2. 2016-2017 (R.E) 500.000 3. 2016-2017 (B.E) Rs.1,000.000 The income of SBCA is mainly derived from the Regularization, Commercialization and Betterment Charges of buildings within the limit of Karachi. The Government of Sindh has been approved the sharing formula between different stakeholders on account of ‘‘Levy of Betterment Charges for residential houses and enhancement of betterment of resident cum commercial and flat sites within Karachi for support and improvement of infrastructure of the city’’ vide No.SO/HTP/Gen/SBC/4-161/2016 dated 9th August 2016.

The sharing formula is given here under: Sr.

No. Department % of Share 1. SBCA. 25% 2. KW&SB. 20% 3. KMC. 10% 4. DMCs. 45% In view of aforementioned share of KMC budget estimates is reduced to Rs.500.00 million in the next year’s budget estimates of 2017-2018 as against Rs.1,000.00 million of budget estimates of 2016-2017. It may be recalled here that since 2011 the SBCA did not transfer any fund to KMC/DMC & KW&SB, therefore huge un-transferred funds should be available into the accounts of SBCA as the residents of Karachi are being deposited fee/ charges on a/c of betterment charges.

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Claim of Municipal/ Conservancy Tax from KPT. (Rs.in Million) Sr. No. Nomenclature Amount 1. 2017-2018 (B.E) Rs.500.000 2. 2016-2017 (R.E - - 3. 2016-2017 (B.E - - The Karachi Port Trust collecting municipal/ conservancy tax from the residents of its limits and as per the procedure realized amount was regularly remitted to the KMC through KW&SB. Since the introduction/ imposition of Municipal Utility Charges and suspension of Conservancy and Fire Tax by the defunct City District Government Karachi in 2008, the KPT has been stopped the remittance of collected municipal/ conservancy tax to KW&SB or other organization.

In this regard several meetings between authorities of KPT and KMC authorities have been held and Honorable Mayor Karachi has also been attended a meeting but no result so far been emerged. In order to establish claim of KMC the same has been included in the budget net of KMC on account of ‘‘Recovery of arrears/ current Municipal/ Conservancy Tax from KPT’’ and an amount of Rs.500.00 million has been reflected in the newly created budget head in the year 2017-2018.

ESTIMATES OF RECEIPTS 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 71 d. District A.D.P. (Rs. in Million) Sr. No. Nomenclature Amount 1. 2017-2018 (B.E) Rs.5,001.500 2. 2016-2017 (R.E) Rs.4,167.500 3. 2016-2017 (B.E) Rs.4,167.500 As per the guideline and directives of competent authorities, for ADP for the year 2017-2018 the allocation for on-going schemes have been kept at maximum level, whereas the inclusion of new schemes was discouraged. Sufficient has been allocated for new under block allocation 2017-2018. It is expected that the GoS will release the entire funds under District ADP 2017-2018.

e.

Provincial A.D.P. (Rs. in Million) Sr. No. Nomenclature Amount 1. 2017-2018 (B.E) Rs.1,023.602 2. 2016-2017 (R.E) Rs.2,557.516 3. 2016-2017 (B.E) Rs.2,738.988

ESTIMATES OF RECEIPTS 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 72 f. Public Private Partnership and Joint Venture Project. (Rs. in Million) Sr. No. Nomenclature Amount 1. 2017-2018 (B.E) Rs.1,000.000 2. 2016-2017 (R.E - - 3. 2016-2017 (B.E - - Public Private Partnership initiatives have long been used for broadening the size of infrastructure development. These initiatives serve as the development of infrastructure upfront while paying cost in the long run, if the commercial or revenue streams from these infrastructures are not sufficient. The other factors which favour PPP mode include efficiency, risk transfer to private sector and long term maintenance of assets.

Considering this mode as more viable and efficient one, the GoS has developed an efficient PPP framework in Sindh which is being replicated in KMC as well and efforts are being made to promote PPPs in KMC service delivery system. For that purpose, an allocation of Rs.1,000.000 million is being envisaged in the next financial year 2017-18 from GoS receipts.

ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITUER 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 73 Karachi Metropolitan Corporation Major Head Wise Summary of Expenditure Budget 2017-2018 Development Portfolio Vs Expenditure Nomenclature Budget Estimate 2017-2018 Establishment.

11,738.239 Contingent. 2,075.664 Repairs & Maintenance. 251.685 Total Non Development 14,065.588 KMC Development Portfolio 6,045.480 Provincial A.D.P. 1,023.602 District A.D.P. 5,001.000 VGF 1,000.000 Total Development 13,070.082 Total 27,135.670 83% 15% 2% NON DEVELOPMENT EXPENDITURE Establishment.

Contingent. Repairs & Maintenance. Non Development to Rs.14,065.588/- 46% 8% 38% 8% DEVELOPMENT PORTFOLIO KMC Development Portfolio Provincial A.D.P. District A.D.P. Development to Rs.13,070.082/-

ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITUER 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 74 The Estimates of Expenditure of any organization portrays the entire operation of maintenance, improvement and extension of functions including committed liabilities. In the financial year 2016-2017 all functions are hampered by the present financial position as the GoS has reduce Grant in Aid to the tune of Rs.200.00 million p.m.

major revenue resources of KMC have already been abolished/ transferred (Local Taxes, SBCA, Charged Parking) to other departments. Especially the transfer of income of Local Tax (Advertisement Tax) further aggravated the situation which was normally used to cover the shortfall in salary/ pension and met the major essential expenditures i.e Medicine, Medical Gas, Utility Bills, POL and Day to Day expenses.

The Karachi Metropolitan Corporation was exert to providing better amenities and facilities to the citizens of Karachi through providing educations, health, recreation, sports, environment, communication, including the maintenance of gigantic infrastructure executed in all services, from its own resources as well as with the financial assistance of local stake holders i.e. Provincial Government, Federal Government. Further in the absences of PFC has resulted in making KMC a cash strapped entity and it is presently not able to disburse salary pension dues. This all has resulted in the fact that KMC is not able to fund the hospital items i/c medicines, medical Gas, Ex-ray and etc.

likewise, it has not been able to maintain its parks, roads and other municipal functions.

ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITUER 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 75  TOTAL EXPENDITURE. (Rs.in Million) Sr. No. Nomenclature Amount 1. 2017-2018 (B.E) Rs. 27,135.670 2. 2016-2017 (R.E) Rs.18,854.701 3. 2016-2017 (B.E) Rs. 25,199.827 The total expenditure reflected in the Budget Estimates for the year 2017- 2018 is estimated to be Rs.27,135.670 million as against the budget estimates of Rs. 25,199.827 million for the current financial year 2016-2017 which indicates a increase of Rs.1935.843 million. Current expenditure includes the funds allocated for the establishment, contingent and maintenance of existing services expenditures, whereas the development and Capital Expenditure shows the amounts ear-marked for the improvement and development of civic facilities.

The summary of budget estimates of Current Expenditure, Development Expenditure for the next financial year 2017-18 is as under: (Rs.in Million) Sr. No. Nomenclature Amount 1. Current Expenditure. Rs.14,065.588 2. Development & Capital Expenditure. Rs.13,070.082 Total. Rs.27,135.670

ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITUER 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 76 Sr.No. Nomenclature Budget Estimates 2017-18 Revised Estimates 2016-17 Budget Estimates 2016-17 1 Establishment. 11,738.239 9,459.170 9,493.119 2 Contingent. 2,075.664 1,058.760 2,169.983 3 Repairs & Maintenance.

251.685 178.705 270.570 Total 14,065.588 10,696.635 11,933.672 11,738.239 9,459.170 9,493.119 2,075.664 1,058.760 2,169.983 251.685 178.705 270.570 Major Head Wise Summary of Expenditure 1 Establishment. 2 Contingent. 3 Repairs & Maintenance.

ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITUER 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 77  CURRENT EXPENDITURE. Further break-up of the Current Expenditure for the year 2017-2018 comprises of:  ESTABLISHMENT EXPENDITURE. (Rs. in Million) Sr. No. Nomenclature Amount 1. 2017-2018 (B.E) Rs.11,738.239 2. 2016-2017 (R.E) Rs.9,459.170 3. 2016-2017 (B.E) Rs. 9,493.119 The budget estimates for next year is Rs.11,738.239 million including of 15% increase in salaries announced by the Government of Sindh and normal incremental factor. The above figures reflect an increase of Rs.2,279.069 million over the budget estimates of 2016-2017 amounting to Rs.9,493.119 million.

In order to clear the perception of a lot of ghost employees exist in KMC or the huge recruitment made by the KMC in the last several years for the which the following analysis table of last five years reflects the trend of increase in salary and pension.

ACTUAL ESTABLISHMENT EXPENDITURE FROM 2009-10 TO 2015-16 Years No. of staff (Devolved) Total Salary (Devolved) No. of staff (KMC) Total Salary (KMC) No. of staff (Total) Total Salary 2009-10 9,340 1,695.38 13,763 2,505.38 23,103 4,200.76 2010-11 9,069 2,269.46 13,493 3,161.77 22,562 5,431.22 2011-12 10,147 2,906.95 13,192 3,701.79 23,339 6,608.74 2012-13 9,564 2,402.16 14,280 4,794.53 23,844 7,196.68 2013-14 9,178 3,383.20 14,117 5,054.28 23,295 8,437.47 2014-15 8,952 3,201.28 13,919 5,088.99 22,871 8,290.27 2015-16 8,487 3,099.25 13,610 5,267.33 22,097 8,366.58

ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITUER 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 78 SUMMARY Year No of regular employe es No of Contract employe e Total Employ ees Per month Salary (regular employees ) mn Salary contract employees in mn KMDC salary / grant Total 2016-17 12,648 840 13,488 488.718 11.740 39.000 539.458 The above data has been compiled considering the actual payroll and the ADLFA has regularly been certificated to that effect from of Feb 2017.

The Finance & Accounts Department, KMC has maintained the details of all the employees since 1994 the details of each and every employee is available which can be provided and shown any time. This huge availability of data/ accounts details confirms sanctity and inviolability of above mentioned data. The above data clearly indicates following distinct things;  that the number of employees in KMC is not being increased.  that the number of employees decreasing due to retirement of the regular employees.

 that the salary of the existing staff has increased more than 100% during last five years.  that the number of employees in the year 2009-10 was 13763 and disbursed salary to the tune of Rs. 2,505.380 million per annum.  that the number of KMC employees in the year 2015-16 was only 13610 which was even less than the staff working in the year 2009-10 but disbursed amount rose to Rs.5267.33 million P.A.  that it shows that number of employees less than the employees working in the 2009-10. Thus, it is incorrect perception that the KMC has befallen in the financial chaos due to its appointment policy.

Further the following reasons contributed heavily on the financial side of KMC as the cost of salary and pension payments increased tremendously. 1. The cost of annual increment has increased the volume of the salary of about 8% to 10% every year.

ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITUER 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 79 2. The Government of Sindh enhanced the salary and other related perks on year to year basis as follows: a) In the year 2009-10, salary was increased to the tune of 20% (BPS 1 to 16), and 15% to (BPS 17 to BPS 22). b) In the year 2010-11 salary was increased to the extent of 50% (BPS 1 to BPS 22). c) In the year 2011-12, salary increased to the extent of 15% (BPS 1 to BPS 22). d) In the year 2012-13, the salary increased to 20% (BPS 1 to BPS 22).

e) In the year 2013-14, the salary increased to 15% (BPS 1 to 16) and 10% (BPS 17 to BPS 22).

f) In the year 2014-15, the salary increase to 10% (BPS 1 to BPS 22). g) In the year 2015-16, the salary increase to 15% (BPS 1 to BPS 22). h) In the year 2016-17, the salary increase to 10% (BPS 1 to BPS 22). Thus, the above mentioned reasons inflated the cost of salary of the employees of KMC to the tune of 125% and this state of affairs clearly demonstrates that the Government of Sindh caused the cost of salary to enhance. This simply demonstrates that the annual cost of per employees rose from Rs.182,000/- to Rs.358,000/- in the year 2013-14 as compared to year 2009- 10. This led to the issuance of Grant in Aid to KMC @ 500 million per month to meet the contingent needs only for KMC and not the KDA which was always a separate entity and KMC fed deficiency (if any) to the KDA, Hence the GoS decision to curtail KMC Grant-in-Aid to Rs.300 million instead of Rs.500 million was unjustified.

 CONTINGENT EXPENDITURE. (Rs.in Million) Sr. No. Nomenclature Amount 1. 2017-2018 (B.E) Rs. 2,075.664 2. 2016-2017 (R.E) Rs.1,058.760 3. 2016-2017 (B.E) Rs. 2,169.983

ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITUER 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 80 The Contingent Expenditure allocation is earmarked to be utilized for delivery of better and efficient services and smooth running of all the services especially the Health, Medical, Municipal Services and Culture Recreational/ Sports activities. The estimated expenditure of Rs.2,075.364 million allocated for the contingent expenditure for the year 2017-2018 reflects an increase of 48.99% in percentage terms and Rs.1,016.904 million in absolute terms respectively over the revised budget estimates 2016-2017.

The above figures reflect that the budget estimates for the year 2017-2018 hugely cut down the revised estimates mentioned at Sr.No.2 due to non availability of enough funds/ poor cashflow position in its exchequer.

 Repair and Maintenance Expenditure. (Rs.in Million) Sr. No. Nomenclature Amount 1. 2017-2018 (B.E) Rs. 251.685 2. 2016-2017 (R.E) Rs.178.705 3. 2016-2017 (B.E) Rs.270.570 The above revised estimates figures mentioned at Sr.No.2 also reflects that the budget estimates for the current year 2017-2018 significantly cut down due to non availability of enough funds in its exchequer. The estimated expenditure incurred on the maintenance of existing services for the year 2017- 2018 of Rs.251.535 million indicates an increase of Rs.72.980 million in absolute terms and 40.75% in percentage terms over the revised estimates of Rs.178.705 million for the year 2016-2017.

ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITUER 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 81  Development Expenditure. The Local Government Act 2013 fully reveals the fact that all the development activities are to be taken by the concerned council including Karachi Metropolitan Corporation. Section 72 read with section 76(1) of Local Government Act 2013 a council shall prepare and implement development plane which shall amongst other matters including following: a) Nature and location of scheme or schemes. b) Total estimated cost; c) Sources of finances; d) Date of commencement; e) Date of completion; f) Manner of execution; g) Agencies responsible for maintenance; h) Benefit tangible or intangible to accrue; i) Such other matters as may be necessary; Further as per Sindh Government Rules of Business 1986 as amended in 2000, which only provides that the Local Government department, GoS to coordinate, supervise and monitoring of Provincial, Foreign Aided and Mega Projects of Local Government.

Recently the Local Government has executed undertaking development activities within the KMC jurisdiction without any authority, especially in the presences of an elected council and their right to propose schemes and implement same for betterment and relief for the residents of city or their voters. Basically Development and Capital Expenditure means the expenditure incurred or earmarked on new projects or improvement of the existing schemes/ services. (Rs.in Million) Sr. No. Nomenclature Amount 1. 2017-2018 (B.E) Rs.13,070.082 2. 2016-2017 (R.E) Rs.8,185.066 3. 2016-2017 (B.E) Rs. 13,266.155

ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITUER 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 82 The estimated Development Expenditure for the ensuing year 2017- 2018 of Rs.13,070.082 million indicates an increase of Rs.932.719 million over the budget estimates for the year 2016-2017 of Rs. 13,266.155 million including Provincial A.D.P, District A.D.P and VGF. a. District A.D.P (Rs.in Million) Sr. No. Nomenclature Amount 1. 2017-2018 (B.E) Rs.5,001.000 2. 2016-2017 (R.E) Rs.4,167.500 3. 2016-2017 (B.E) Rs.4,167.500 An amount of Rs.5,001.500 million is earmarked for the District ADP for the year 2017-2018 against 183 Ongoing Schemes of different Sectors / Sub Sectors and Block Allocation (New Schemes) amounting to Rs.682.226 million is reflected in the District ADP.

6,045.480 1,023.600 5,001.000 1,000.000 2,148.320 2,557.520 4,167.500 - 6,359.667 2,738.988 4,167.500 - Budget Proposed 2017-18 Revised Estimates 2016-17 Budget Estimates 2016-17

ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITUER 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 83 b. Provincial A.D.P. (Rs.in Million) Sr. No. Nomenclature Amount 1. 2017-2018 (B.E) Rs.1,023.602 2. 2016-2017 (R.E) Rs.2,557.516 3. 2016-2017 (B.E) Rs.2,738.988 c. K.M.C. Own Funded. (Rs.in Million) Sr. No. Nomenclature Amount 1. 2017-2018 (B.E) Rs.6,045.480 2. 2016-2017 (R.E) Rs.1,433.050 3. 2016-2017 (B.E) Rs.6,359.667

ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITUER 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 84 The following table shall further reveal that the department-wise expenditure of KMC for the ensuing Budget Estimates of 2016-2017 along-with Budget Estimates and Revised Estimates for the current financial year 2015-2016 are indicated in the following department-wise summary of expenditure :: Sr. No. Department Budget Estimates 2017-2018 Revised Estimates 2016-2017 Budget Estimates 2016-2017 1 Secretariats (Administrator / Mayor, Deputy Mayor, Metropolitan Commissioner, Council, Vehicle, Veterinary, HRM, Religious Affairs & Media Management.

773.230 568.744 725.702 2 Finance & Accounts. 315.207 242.380 264.628 3 Parks & Horticultural. 897.468 534.188 816.600 4 Law 135.924 92.816 124.826 5 Information & Technology. 83.834 41.062 173.365 6 Enterprise & Investment Promotion. 59.901 41.734 51.316 7 Revenue Departments (Land, Enforcement, Estate, Katchi Abadi, PD Orangi & Charged Parking) 865.927 683.194 762.083 8 Recreation, Culture & Sports. 673.930 474.655 678.478 9 Medical & Health Services. 4,042.965 2,378.084 3,603.651 10 Transport & Communication. 424.615 85.500 471.940 11 Municipal Services. 3,079.05 2,537.490 2,961.601 12 Engineering.

3,762.418 752.751 3,413.985 13 Repayment of Loans & Pension Fund & other Misc Expenditure. 4,996.00 3,697.084 4,245.164 14 District ADP. 5,001.50 4,167.50 4,167.50 15 Provincial ADP. 1,023.602 2,557.516 2,738.988 16 VGF 1,000.000 - -

ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITUER 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 85 Grand Total KMC(1 to 16) 27,135.670 18,854.701 25,199.827 Parks & Horticulture. (Rs.in Million) Sr. No. Nomenclature Amount 1. 2017-2018 (B.E) Rs.897.468 2. 2016-2017 (R.E) Rs.534.188 3. 2016-2017 (B.E) Rs. 816.600 The above revised budget estimates reflects that the revised budget estimates for the year 2016-2017 has been cut down due to cash strapped position of KMC therefore almost all the parks and play grounds destroyed in the city.

The present political leadership has decided to provide that initially renovates and reestablishes the parks in whole city. Further P&H department KMC try to counter the rising pollution in the city and to improve greenery and for the uplift of environmental facilities sufficient funds are provided in the ensuing budget 2017- 2018 amounting to Rs.897.470 million against the budget estimates 2016-2017 of Rs.816.60 million and revised budget estimates of Rs.534.19. It registers an increase of Rs 363.280 million over the revised estimates of 2016-2017. Medical & Health Services.

(Rs.in Million) Sr. No. Nomenclature Amount 1. 2017-2018 (B.E) Rs.4,042.965 2. 2016-2017 (R.E) Rs.2,378.084 3. 2016-2017 (B.E) Rs. 3,603.651 For the uplift of Medical & Health facilities and to provide curative and better medical facilities to the citizens of Karachi an amount of Rs. 4,042.965 million is earmarked in the next budget estimates of 2017-2018. The above

ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITUER 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 86 revised budget estimates reflects that the revised budget estimates for the year 2016-2017 has been cut down due to cash strapped position of KMC exchequer.

Culture, Sports & Recreation. (Rs.in Million) Sr. No. Nomenclature Amount 1. 2017-2018 (B.E) Rs.673.930 2. 2016-2017 (R.E) Rs.474.655 3. 2016-2017 (B.E) Rs. 678.478 For the improvement of Recreation and Sports facilities an amount of Rs. 673.930 million is earmarked in the next year’s budget of 2017-2018 beside allocations of Rs. 675.980 million is also provided in the next year’s District ADP against 86 Ongoing Schemes, further an amount of Rs.785.111 million has been released during the year 2016-2017.

Transport and Communication. (Rs.in Million) Sr. No. Nomenclature Amount 1. 2017-2018 (B.E) Rs.424.615 2. 2016-2017 (R.E) Rs.85.500 3. 2016-2017 (B.E) Rs. 471.940 To improve the traffic problems various measures have already been taken by the KMC. In order to control the traffic jams at different roads of city, the entire infrastructure of roads is being redesigning and reformed by the Transport & Communication, Department, KMC as per the traffic flow of roads for smooth traffic flow. An amount of Rs. 424.615 million is provided in the Budget Estimates for the ensuing financial year 2017-2018 for the development works of Transport and Communication Department KMC, beside allocations of Rs.115.599 million is also

ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITUER 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 87 provided in the next year’s District ADP against 10 Ongoing Schemes, an amount of Rs.28.757 million has also been released during the year 2017-2018. Development Projects/ Works. The Karachi Metropolitan Corporation has taken up various Development Projects for the uplift the civic life of the people of Karachi. A list of such major projects has been annexed with Over-view. (Rs.in million) Sr. No. Nomenclature Budget Estimates 1 District ADP (Block Allocation) including U.C Scheme Rs.380 Million) 1,667.000 2 Public Private Partnership Project (VGF) 1,000.000 3 Development works at different Union Councils (KMC Funds).

1,000.000 4 Development works at different Union Councils (ADP Funds). 420.000 5 Improvement & Up-gradation of Nehar-e-Khayyam 350.000 6 Commercial Parking Plaza at Shahabuddin Market including Phase-II 350.000 7 Improvement of Roads, Footpaths & Bridges (Patch Work) 250.000 8 Development & Improvement of Major Roads 250.000 9 Special Development Project / Works (Mayor Discretions). 200.000 10 Cleaning & Desalting of Strom Water Drains. 200.000 11 Unforeseen Development expenditure 150.000 12 Development Works at Orangi Cottage Industrial Area 100.000 13 Construction of New Fire Stations.

100.000 14 Lighting arrangement at Major Roads (KMC).

100.000

ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITUER 2017-2018 Explanatory Memorandum Page 88 15 Development of Zulfiqarabad Oil Terminal Ph-II 100.000 16 Improvement of Flyovers, Underpasses & Bridges 100.000 17 Development & Improvement of KMC Parks 80.000 18 Repair & Maintenance of Fire Tenders & Snorkel. 50.000 19 CCIS (1339). 50.000 19 Annual Maintenance of Hospitals, Clinics, Maternity homes & staff Quarters. 40.000 20 Wireless Videos Surveillance Security System 25.000 22 District ADP Infra-structure of Roads 1,884.098 Municipal Services 130.000 Transport & Communication 115.599 Education 147.010 Health 290.313 Culture & Tourism (CSR & P&H) 675.980 Information Technology 86.000