SLAMABAD: There is a near consensus in Pakistan that Islamabad, the national capital, is the country’s cleanest city, according to a survey.
Responding to a question on the subject, 81 per cent of a national urban sample of men and women rated Islamabad as the cleanest city.
Only 6 per cent regarded Karachi as the cleanest city, 5 per cent regarded Lahore as the cleanest city and the remaining 8 per cent were divided among a large number of miscellaneous cities, NNI news agency said.
The survey was conducted by Gallup Pakistan, the Pakistani affiliate of Gallup International among a representative sample of more than 1000 men and women in the urban areas of the country. — IANS