PROFILE OF CHIEF MINISTER SINDH

Murad Ali Shah was born on 11 August, 1962, in Karachi. He was schooled in Karachi where  he bagged his engineering degree from the NED University of Engineering and Technology. He got a job of junior engineer in the Water and Power Development Authority (Wapda), engineer at the Hyderabad Development Authority and later worked as executive engineer at the Port Qasim Authority. He was also a project director of the fish harbour authority.

Then he left for the US where he assumed masters degrees of engineering-economic system and civil and structural engineering from Stanford University in the 1990s.

He contested and won the constituency of his father from a small town of Jhanghara in 2002 general elections, now in Jamshoro district, and became an integral part of PPP's think tank to analyse and oppose the provincial government backed by the then military ruler Gen Pervez Musharraf. His increasing interest in financial matters and rules of business of the assembly won him key position in the party, which paid dividends in the latter years when the PPP formed its government in Sindh.

 

 

CHIEF MINISTER SINDH OATH TAKING CEREMONY

 

 

 

VISION OF

CHIEF MINISTER SINDH 

  • A just and balanced NFC award,
  • A new Water Accord based on the rights of all riparian
  • A thorough, logical and rational, review of the Local Government Ordinance of 2001 and overhauled Local Bodies System
  • Tangible improvement in the Law & Order and delivery of justice
  • Provision of employment and employment opportunities to the people of Sindh, skills development of educated and unemployed youth of the province to make them compete in a market
  • Establishment of Sindh Bank to help the people of province to compete as entrepreneurs

 

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DEVELOPMENT SCHEMES OF EDUCATION, RDD & PHED REVIEWED

Murad reviews 443 uplift schemes of Rs33.6bn, orders completion of 205 schemes

KARACHI (March 15): Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah reviewing the progress of 443 on-going development schemes of education, Rural Development Department (RDD) & Public Health Engineering Department of Rs33.6 billion said that he was not satisfied with the pace of work and urged the concerned department to complete 205 schemes by June 2019, otherwise action would be taken accordingly.

 The meeting was attended by Minister Education Syed Sardar Shah, Minister Local Government Saeed Ghani, Chairman P&D Mohammad Waseem, Secretary School Education Qazi Shahid Parvez, Secretary Finance Najam Shah, Secretary PHE Hassan Naqvi, Secretary Colleges Pervez Sihar.  

 

Secretary School Education Qazi Shahid Pervez briefing the chair said that 201 schemes of Rs15.15 billion were in progress against which Rs6.9 billion have been released while utilization has been recorded at Rs3.5 billion.

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mission

The rapid development of a Knowledge-based Society is vital to the success and progress of the province.

vision

  • A just and balanced NFC award
  • A new Water Accord based on the rights of all riparian -A thorough, logical and rational, review of the Local Government Ordinance of 2001 and overhauled Local Bodies System
  • Tangible improvement in the Law & Order and delivery of justice
  • Provision of employment and employment opportunities to the people of Sindh, skills development of educated and unemployed youth of the province to make them compete in a market
  • Establishment of Sindh Bank to help the people of province to compete as entrepreneurs
  • Building of Low Cost houses for the poor of the province
  • Distribution of land to landless peasants, specially the down trodden lot of the women
  • Regularization of katchi abadies
  • Power generation through coal based fuel to overcome the shortage and boost the economy
  • Provision of quality health and education facilities to the people of the province by reformation of these sectors
  • Ensuring 100% enrolment of children up to primary level and improving the literacy rate of the province
  • Reforms and improvement in the agriculture sector by introducing new technologies which are sustainable
  • Building small dams to meet water scarcity and increase the command area.

objective

  • Optimal attainment of e-Governance culture in the Government Departments for attaining required integrated efficiency and effectiveness by promoting paperless environment.
  • Enhancing participation of the disadvantaged groups of society in government’s decision-making through use of ICT as an enabler.
  • Promoting the number of users impliedly increasing demand of e-Governance.
  • Promoting public-private partnership -Implementation of e-Projects.
  • Development of Inter-institutional approach as opposed to institutions working in silos.
  • Capacity enhancement of government agencies for public service delivery benefiting common citizens.