CM Sindh says will personally monitor development projects
KARACHI: Chief Minister of Sindh Murad Ali Shah expressed his unsatisfaction over the pace of work on development projects in the province and has decided to personally supervise the completion of the initiative, ARY News reported on Tuesday.
The chief minister has ordered Additional Chief Secretary (Development) of Sindh to submit the catalog regarding the pace of work of the projects taking place in the provincial departments.
According to details, CM Sindh will preside meetings on daily basis in which the pace of completion of the projects will be discussed. The first meeting — regarding health department — will be held today.
It should be noted that Shah said that fast-paced work is ongoing on various developmental projects across the city, and the government of Sindh is determined to successfully complete them before the next elections.
He announced his support to the 100-day program started by mayor of Karachi Waseem Akhtar, and advised that the mayor should accompany him for future tours across the city.
He also said that the mayor is responsible for the developmental projects across the city and he will extend all possible support to achieve them.