Pakistan

CM Sindh asks recalcitrant officials to mend their ways or face action

MURAD ALI SHAH

KARACHI: Newly-elected Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah came hard on provincial administration during a meeting this morning and warned employees of stern action in case of slackness in performance.

The provincial chief executive was chairing a meeting at new Sindh Secretariat on development projects today. He warned departmental employees against seeking leaves and insisted on ‘hard-work’ to streamline affairs.

He also asked officials to remove ban on recruitments in different departments. He prioritized education and health sectors in initiating reforms.

The chief minister was briefed by Additional Chief Secretary Muhammad Waseem. He informed the CM that 577 different projects will complete by 2017. Shah said substandard work in uplift projects won’t be tolerated.

He underlined that decisions regarding promotions and transfers would purely be taken on merit.

Shah expressed his resentment when his query regarding 60 missing government vehicles was not responded with satisfactory justification by any official.

At the end of meeting, the chief minister maintained that he would ask for follow-up of assignments from officials in the next meeting.

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