Sindh govt. to review recruitments made by caretakers, Qaim seeks detailed report

June 10, 2013 Off By Web Desk

Karachi: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah has called for detailed report on all the recruitments made during the period of caretaker setup in the province.

“We will re-examine all the recruitments and take any decision,” he said during a surprise visit to Sindh secretariat on Tuesday. He directed the Secretary Services to submit details of recruitments.

He also visited Sindh Secretariat-2 (Tughlaq House) where he reviewed the performance of different departments including irrigation, health, public health and communication at the office of Additional Chief Secretary Planning & Development Arif Ahmed Khan. Chief Minister sought details of funds released to these departments and utilized so far. ACS Arif Ahmed Khan and Secretary Finance Sohail Rajput briefed the Chief Minister.

Later talking to media Syed Qaim Ali Shah said some of the secretaries and additional secretaries were absent and he would call explanation from them. Secretary food and secretary health were not present in their offices.

To a query, he said the PPP government would introduce 200 new buses in Karachi to ease the public transport problem. After Karachi, such buses would also be brought on roads in the interior of Sindh.