CM Murad Ali Shah expresses anger over the absence of officers

KARACHI: Chief Minister (CM) Sindh Murad Ali Shah made a surprise visit to the Sindh Secretariat on Monday and expressed anger over the absence of senior officers, ARY News reported.

According to the details, after opening an anti-polio campaign in the city of Baldia, CM Murad arrived at the Tughlaq House of the Sindh Secretariat, where he made surprise visits to the special tax, home, work and agriculture departments and verified the assistance of the officers.

The prime minister was furious about the non-presence of the officers in his interested departments.

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CM Murad Ali Shah ordered to ensure timely assistance to the Sindh Secretariat and ordered to dismiss employees who do not arrive at their offices no later than 10 in the morning.

He also asked that when officers do not arrive at the office on time, how will their staff obey official schedules?

He said no negligence will be tolerated and urged officers to serve the masses.

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CM Sindh meets Asif Zardari, informs him that he will meet with Prime Minister Imran Khan

KARACHI: Prime Minister Sindh Murad Ali Shah went to meet on Tuesday with the co-president of the People’s Party of Pakistan (PPP) Asif Ali Zardari and reported on his meeting with Prime Minister Imran Khan, reported ARY News.

CM Sindh Murad Ali Shah and the former president of Pakistan discussed the prevailing relations between the federal and provincial governments.

Read more: PM Imran summons IGP Sindh to Islamabad

Asif Zardari ordered the Chief Minister to increase the pace of ongoing development projects in the province and finish them with priority.

Sindh’s Prime Minister, Syed Murad Ali Shah, visited Prime Minister Imran Khan yesterday at the Governor’s House in Karachi.

Read more: Prime Minister Imran Khan directs the acceleration, prioritization of projects under CPEC

According to sources, the meeting discussed issues related to development projects and financial issues. CM Murad Ali Shah informed Prime Minister Khan about ongoing development projects in the province, especially in Karachi.

CM Murad asked Prime Minister Imran Khan to eliminate the current provincial provincial inspector general Kaleem Imam, sources said.

Read more: CM Murad calls the governor of Sindh, Imran Ismail

At the meeting, Prime Minister Imran and CM Murad reached a consensus on the replacement of Sindh IGP. The governor of Sindh, Imran Ismail, also supported the decision to eliminate the IGP.

The governor of Sindh, Imran Ismail, informed Prime Minister Imran Khan about the K-4 water project, the completion of the Green Bus Line Project and other ongoing development projects in Karachi.

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Prime Minister Imran and CM Sindh will hold an individual meeting today: sources

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah will meet personally with Prime Minister Imran Khan at the Governor’s House, ARY News reported Monday citing sources.

According to the schedule, the meeting will discuss issues related to development projects and financial matters. CM Murad Ali Shah will inform Prime Minister Khan about ongoing development projects in the province, especially in Karachi.

The meeting is expected to discuss issues related to the appointment of the new IGP Sindh, sources said.

Meanwhile, CM Sindh has finalized the provincial government’s recommendations that will be presented to Prime Minister Imran Khan at his meeting today.

According to recommendations, CM Sindh will ask Prime Minister Khan to release funds for the K-4 water project and timely completion of the Green Line Bus Project.

Read more: CM Murad calls the governor of Sindh, Imran Ismail

It will ask the federal government to release funds in accordance with the National Finance Commission (NFC) award.

The issue related to the interference of federal ministers in matters related to the provincial government is also expected to be discussed.

The prime minister is also expected to hold a separate meeting with I.G. Sindh Kaleem Imam police.

Prime Minister Imran Khan will attend an information session on the Karachi Package and federally funded projects in Sindh, the sources added.

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CNG sellers need assembly with CM Sindh over fuel scarcity

KARACHI: The CNG Sellers Affiliation president has sought a gathering with Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah to debate the problems going through the trade owing to a scarcity of fuel, ARY Information reported.

In a letter to the CM Sindh, Abdul Samad Khan mentioned a delegation of the Pakistan Petroleum and CNG Sellers Affiliation needs to satisfy the province’s chief government to debate some points, together with fuel scarcity in Sindh.

He requested scheduling a gathering with Murad Ali Shah for the aim.

A day earlier, All Pakistan Compressed Pure Fuel Affiliation (APCNGA) had introduced that round 20 % of the fuel filling stations confronted closure within the metropolis because of low fuel strain.

Lengthy queues of automobiles, particularly that of transporters, had been witnessed exterior the gas stations that had been reopened after an extended break at 10:00 pm on Thursday.

In a collection of tweets on Dec Jan 1, Federal Minister for Energy Omar Ayub Khan had mentioned home demand for fuel has gone up by nearly 20 per cent. Aside from CNG stations, all customers are being equipped fuel, he added.

“CNG stations shall be offered fuel intermittently throughout January and totally in February,” the minister mentioned, including record-breaking and prolonged chilly spell has resulted in low strain throughout the system, which is predicted to enhance in per week.

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Saeed Ghani says CM Sindh has ordered quick restoration of Dua Mangi

KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has ordered quick restoration of Dua Mangi, an kidnapped woman from Karachi’s space of Defence Housing Authority, mentioned Info Minister Sindh Saeed Ghani on Monday.

20-year-old Dua Mangi was kidnapped whereas her buddy, Haris, was shot and injured by unidentified armed males in Karachi’s Bukhari Business space of Defence Housing Authority (DHA) on Saturday night.

Speaking to ARY Information program Bakhabar Savera, Saeed Ghani confirmed considerations over the kidnapping of a woman from the world of DHA. He mentioned CM Sindh has ordered police to instantly get better kidnapped woman and added that police investigation was underway on this context.

The minister mentioned Shut Circuit Digicam TV (CCTV) footage acquired until now aren’t that a lot clear to search out any lead within the case. CCTV footage of adjoining areas are additionally being gathered by the police.

Learn extra: Police nonetheless clueless about girl kidnapped in Karachi’s DHA

A probe staff investigating the kidnapping incident visited the location on Sunday morning to gather proof and CCTV footage of the spot and document statements of eyewitnesses.

A waiter at a tea store within the space, which Dua together with Haris has been frequenting for the previous 4 months, recounted to the police that they each would go to the store as a rule. He mentioned he by no means witnessed something untoward throughout their visits over this era.

An FIR has been registered on a criticism of the daddy of the boy who was wounded by the abductors underneath prices of abduction and try to homicide.

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CM Murad, World Financial institution delegation focus on amenities for ease of doing enterprise

KARACHI: A delegation of World Financial institution referred to as on Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah in Karachi, ARY Information reported on Saturday.

In the course of the assembly, issues for offering amenities for ease of doing enterprise within the province got here beneath dialogue.

The assembly determined that the system of NOCs for funding will additional be made simple and all landholding organizations will likely be linked via the web.

Earlier on Friday, World Financial institution had agreed to supply $1.93 billion monetary help to the Sindh authorities for varied new tasks, together with revamping of Karachi Water and Sewerage Board (KWSB) and modernization of Sukkur and Guddu barrages.

The accord reached throughout a gathering between Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah and World Financial institution President David Malpass on Friday in Karachi.

Learn Extra: World Financial institution President, PM Imran focus on financial growth issues

In the course of the one-on-one assembly, issues of mutual curiosity, avenues to boost bilateral collaboration, ongoing growth tasks and different points got here beneath dialogue.

Each the leaders mentioned varied tasks price $three billion within the province, sources stated. The WB agreed to supply Rs328 million for upgradation of the barrages.

Talking on the event, the chief minister termed Sukkur and Guddu barrages spine of the agricultural economic system. He stated that the federal government has proposed a brand new barrage in Sukkur.

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