Bilawal urges Sindh ministers to improve their performance
KARACHI: Chairman Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has directed Sindh ministers to improve their performance for the development of the province.
He was presiding over a Sindh cabinet meeting at Bilawal House Karachi on Saturday.
During the meeting Sindh chief minister Syed Murad Ali Shah briefed the PPP Chairman regarding development projects and performance of the government.
Bilawal expressed his dismay over the performance of provincial ministers and said that it seems that only chief minister is working in the province.
Extension of powers of Sindh Rangers and other matters also came under discussion in the meeting.
Chief Minister informed the meeting that Sindh government had released Rs161 billion in the three quarters of the current fiscal year of them Rs86 billion have been spent.
About the historic and scenic Gorakh Hills in Dadu district, Shah said that talks were underway with the Asian Development to build a specious road for easy access to the tourists. He said several small tourist rest houses had also been built but there was a need of construction of a big resort.
Bilawal was further informed that Sindh government had increased the job quota for women from 5% to 15%, which is unprecedented in the country, adds the PPP statement.
Cabinet meeting was told that Minority Affairs Department was undertaking 550 schemes for non-Muslim communities and their worship places.