ملير ٽائون

کليل ڄاڻ چيڪلي، وڪيپيڊيا مان
نيويگيشن ڏانھن ٽپ ڏيو ڳولا ڏانھن هلو
ملير
ملير
ميونسپلٽي
ملير ٽائون جون يونين ڪاؤنسلون
ملير ٽائون جون يونين ڪاؤنسلون
جاگرافي بيهڪ: 24°53′35″N 67°11′43″E / 24.89306°N 67.19528°E / 24.89306; 67.19528مڪانيت: 24°53′35″N 67°11′43″E / 24.89306°N 67.19528°E / 24.89306; 67.19528
ملڪ پاڪستان
صوبو سنڌ
شھري ضلعو ڪراچي
قائم ٿيل 14 آگسٽ 2016
يونين ڪاؤنسل
حڪومت
 • قسم ٽائون ڪائونسل
 • ٽائون چيئرمين جان محمد بلوچ
 • خليق مروت حسن بلوچ
 • ميونسپل آفيسر اقبال سالاري
آبادي (1998)[1]
 • ڪل ٩٨١,٢٧٠

ملير ٽائون (انگريزي ٻولي: Malir Town اردو: ملیر ٹاؤن ) ڪراچي شھر جي 18 ٽائونن مان ھڪ آھي. ھي ٽائون ڪراچي شھر جي اوڀارين حصي ۾ آھي. ھن ٽائون کي جناح انٽرنيشنل ايئرپورٽ انور بلوچ ريسٽورنٽ اولھ ۽ اتر کان لڳن ٿا، مليد ندي ء ڏاکڻيون گڏاپ ٽائون اوڀر طرف ويندي ٿڌو ڪوڙ تائين.

Malir has been regarded in history as the countryside of Karachi City due to its open atmosphere and lush green farms, but now these are no more. Before the independence of Pakistan, there were small villages of Sindhi and Rindh Baloch in the Gadap Town and Malir Town of modern Karachi. Now both towns are developed as the suburbs of the city because of the urban sprawl.

There are several ethnic groups in Malir Town including Sindhis, Punjabis, Muhajirs, Kashmiris, Seraikis, Pakhtuns, Balochis, Brahuis, Christians, Memons, Bohras, Ismailis, however Sindhi and Baloch form majority in the town.

Malir was once famous for its fruit and vegetable farms; but, now due to severe scarcity of groundwater, these farmlands are being converted into residential areas, thus increasing urbanization and environmental degradation. The Society for Conservation and Protection of Environment (SCOPE) has been concerned about drought and desertification in Malir district and has launched a campaign against illegal sand and gravel mining in dry river beds of Malir and its tributaries. Because sand and gravel mining cause lowering of ground water, as rainwater can cannot percolate in the aquifer. SCOPE is developing rainwater reservoirs in drought affected rural areas.

If the Aquifer in Malir can be recharged enough by storing rain run off water, it can restore greenbelts around Karachi.

Jungle Shah was a Sufi master in Malir of Malir Town.

Epidemic of mysterious Chikungunya virus[سنواريو]

Due to pollution, mainly resulting from garbage dumps and overflow of sewerage water, Emergency declared in Malir Town, as thousands of patients were affected by mysterious Chikungunya virus in December, 2016. Despite joint denial by WHO and Health Ministry of Pakistan, Provincial Government of Sindh discloses that aedes aegypti mosquito is responsible for spreading Chikungunya in the area.[2][3]

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سانچو:Karachi Towns