Sindh CM orders removal of barriers outside official residence
As a public representative, Shah said that his real job was to help and facilitate people instead of causing problems for them.
“It is my objective to create good governance in the province through actions that are according to the law,” he announced and cleared that “development projects will be completed on time without compromising on their quality.”
The heavy concrete barricades, outside the official residence on Dr. Ziauddin Ahmed road in Karachi, has been a reason of traffic congestion in the area particularly during rush hours, and is often blocked during VIP movements and any security threats.
While assuming his responsibilities at the CM House early morning on Saturday, Syed Murad Ali Shah seemed quietly confident that everything in Sindh would go as planned.
To everyone’s surprise, he reached at the CM house at 9AM sharp this morning where he received a guard of honour to welcome him.
He convened the first session of the provincial secretaries, deputy secretaries where they were given policy guidelines. He said that all bureaucrats, district officers and government officials should ensure punctuality and reach office on time.
“Those who know me, know that I wake up at 8am and reach my office at 9am. Today is Saturday, so (bureaucracy) is safe. From Monday, I will be in office at 9 and those who arrive late will see,” said Shah. “Right man for the right job, is my policy for Sindh and merit comes first for me,” he said.
He ordered all official to work hard and diligently to serve the public, and should work to extended to extend his mission across the province. He urged them to pay their role and promote good governance for the welfare and development for the people of the province.
Yesterday after being elected, he had said that “serving the public, serving the public, serving the public” was his main motto and said that “Alone I can go fast, together we can go far”.
— Zameer Ahmed Malik (@ZameerAMalik) July 30, 2016