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KARACHI May 03, 2015:
CS URGED TO COLLECT DATA OF VACANT POSITIONS
KARACHI MARCH 25, 2015: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah has said that his government was committed to provide employment opportunities and development of infrastructure to the people of province without any socio-political consideration and discrimination. "But I am sorry to say that the performance of most of the department to utilise development funds is deplorable. This is unacceptable at any cost." This he said this while presiding over a meeting of secretaries and heads of administrative departments at 7th floor of New Sindh Secretariat today. The meeting was attended by chief Secretary Siddique Memon, IG Sindh A.D Khwaja, Principal secretary to CM Alamuddin Bullo, Additional Chief Secretary (Development) Mohammad Waseem, all secretaries, commissioners and other concerned senior officers.
KARACHI MARCH 08, 2015:
SINDH LAUNCHES WB ASSISTED RS30BN IRRIGATED AGRICULTURE PRODUCTIVITY ENHANCEMENT PROJECT
KARACHI MARCH 07, 2015: The agriculture department is most important and it has to take necessary measures to steer the small growers out of poverty by introducing new cropping patterns and introducing small crops which are cultivated within three months.
KARACHI MARCH 05, 2015:
CM COMPLAINT CELL RESOLVES 541 COMPLAINTS IN FEBRUARY, 2016
The Public Complaint Cell established at the Sindh Chief Minister House has resolved 98 percent of the complaints received during the month of February 2016. This was stated in a monthly progress report of the complaints for the month of February the Special Assistant to the Chief Minister and submitted to the Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah today. The monthly report disclosed that overall 554 complaints were received from the general public during the month of Feb 2016 out of these 541 complaints were aptly resolved which shows a 98 percent progress, and only 13 complaints are under the process of resolution.Read more
Syed Qim Ali ShahSyed Qaim Ali Shah has taken the Oath as Chief Minister Sindh on dated: 30th May, 2013 more ...
The vision of Chief Minister Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah is:
Ø A just and balanced NFC award,
Ø A new Water Accord based on the rights of all riparian,
Ø Provision of employment and employment opportunities to the people of Sindh,
Ø Building of Low Cost houses for the poor of the province,
Ø Distribution of land to landless peasants, specially the down trodden lot of the women,
Ø Regularization of katchi abadiesMore