Speaking to media after a meeting with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in Islamabad, Shah said the premier had assured him of cooperation.
He said he couldn’t guarantee that problems facing his province would vanish after his elevation as the chief executive, but ‘my actions will speak louder than words’.
He vowed to streamline distracted affairs in the province.
Regarding Tharparkar issues and famine-related deaths, he said drought-like situation in the arid region of Sindh was one of the major causes of deaths and government was launching several water projects to address needs of the people.
He was of the view that speedy uplift works were underway in Tharparkar. He said the issue of Rangers policing powers had been resolved amicably.
“Everyone will notice change in Sindh soon,” said the chief minister.