Public Private Partnership, NICVD, SIUT, Thar Coal, SRB and Sindh Education Foundation are successful projects of Sindh government: Chief Secretary Sindh
Karachi, December 29, 2020 (PPI-OT): Chief Secretary Sindh Syed Mumtaz Ali Shah has said that Public Private Partnership, NICVD, SIUT, Thar Coal, SRB and Sindh Education Foundation are successful projects of Sindh government. He said this in meeting with a delegation of Specialized Training (Police Service of Pakistan) who called on him on Tuesday. The meeting was attended by IG Sindh Mushtaq Ahmed Maher, Additional Chief Secretary Sindh Muhammad Usman Chachar and other officers of Planning and Development, Finance, and Energy Department Government of Sindh. The delegation was briefed on law and order, finance department and mega projects of Karachi.
In the meeting, the Chief Secretary Sindh said that power generation from Thar coal is a successful project and power is also being supplied from wind corridors. He further said that a number of projects had been launched for the welfare of the people in Thar including achieving Islamkot Sustainable Development Goals, Installation of RO plant in Thar, Model Village, and others projects had been completed.
Shah further said that law and order had been restored in Karachi and now work was being done on the city’s infrastructure. The restoration of peace had boosted educational, cultural and commercial activities in the city. He informed the delegation that Rs232.94 crore had been earmarked for 2246 development projects in the year 2020-21.
He said: “With the help of international financial institutions in Karachi city, work on Karachi Neighbourhood Improvement Project, CLICK, Karachi Water Sewerage Improvement Project, BRT and other projects is being expedited.” The delegation said that very important information about the projects had been given by the Chief Secretary Sindh. The delegation was presented a shield by the Chief Secretary Sindh.
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