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Murad urges power utility to minimize load shedding in Karachi

KARACHI: Chief Minister of Sindh in a meeting with K-Electric management on Tuesday asked the power utility to minimize load shedding, ARY News reported. Chairman K-Electric Waqar Siddiqui and the company's CEO Tayyab Tareen and others called on Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah at Chief Minister's House here today. Shah, talking on rampant power outages in Karachi told the power utility officials that the technical issues should have been resolved before beginning of the summer. The chief minister also urged the power…

Sindh has priority right over gas, oil it produces: Murad

KARACHI: Chief Minister of Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah left for Islamabad today to attend a session of the Council of Common Interest (CCI). Shah, who also holds the law portfolio of Sindh, will attend the meeting of CCI sub-committee on law. Before leaving for the federal capital Murad Ali Shah said that the province produces gas and oil have priority right over it under the constitution. The province, however, can provide the excess production to other provinces after meeting his needs, he further said. To discuss this…

Corps Commander Karachi meets Sindh CM

KARACHI: Corps Commander of Karachi called on Chief Minister of Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah and held consultations with him over the ongoing operation for law and order in Karachi, ARY News reported on Wednesday. New Corps Commander Lieutenant General Shahid Baig Mirza in his meeting with Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah discussed the ongoing operation in Karachi, enforcement of the National Action Plan in Sindh and efforts to consolidate peace in the metropolis. The corps commander and the chief minister also discused…

CM Sindh says action will be taken if dance, music banned in schools

KARACHI: Chief Minister Sindh Murad Ali Shah on Sunday said that strict action will be taken against those who will issue notification against dancing lessons and music in schools across the province. He added that Sindh has a progressive mindset and the provincial government believes in preserving and promoting culture and heritage as enshrined in the constitution of Pakistan. "It will not be dictated by isolated extremist elements and will not allow its progressive agenda to be hijacked at any cost," he said. He said that…