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25K is more than enough, even Dubai cricket stadium is 25k. Just imagine the traffic if 50k people are heading towards the
stadium every road leading to the stadium on matchday will be chok-a-block.

220 million people and cricket is the main sport. Needs one 90k stadium at the very least.
 

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Some trees would be good. Karachi is looking like Dubai, and I don't mean it in a good way.
Karachi needs a lot of trees, sadly the mayor has little control over Karachi. The Sindh government doesn't give a crap about Karachi. Look at Lahore's and Islamabad's greenery as compared to Karachi's.

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Karachi needs a lot of trees, sadly the mayor has little control over Karachi. The Sindh government doesn't give a crap about Karachi. Look at Lahore's and Islamabad's greenery as compared to Karachi's.

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Lahore

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Yes, northern part of Pakistan is blessed with a lot of greenery. Karachi cannot do much, it's the climate I guess. But when new townships are being planned is the best time to plant saplings that will grow in time. I don't see much provision for it from the pictures. It never happens later.
 

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Yes, northern part of Pakistan is blessed with a lot of greenery. Karachi cannot do much, it's the climate I guess. But when new townships are being planned is the best time to plant saplings that will grow in time. I don't see much provision for it from the pictures. It never happens later.
Bahria Town Karachi is still in the early part of its development so let's be patient for now and hope for the best. Considering the fact that both Bahria Town Lahore and Bahria Town Rawalpindi are green I am hopeful that the developers of Bahria Town Karachi will focus on the greenery of the place.

Bahria Town Lahore

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