MPA Nasir Shah visits different areas of Rohri

Shakeel Khan
Member Provincial Assembly (MPA), Syed Nasir Hussain Shah ordered on Monday to launch a campaign for the cleanness areas around the Imambargahs and mosques in Rohri.
The orders were issued by him while visiting the different areas of Rohri taluka of teh Sukkur district here.
He directed to ensure cleanliness of areas around the Imambargahs and mosques, especially on Fridays and also issued directives to make arrangements for removing garbage on a daily basis.
The MPA also directed the officials concerned to provide all necessary facilities to the visitors to the parks. He also told them to ensure that the out-of-order streetlights in Rohri were repaired or replaced.

CM directed Dcs to monitor schemes

Shakeel Khan
Chief Minister (CM) Sindh, Syed Qaim Ali Shah stressed upon the Commissioner Sukkur and Deputy Commissioners (DCs) to monitor the schemes under the provincial annual development programme in conjunction with the provincial government.
CM issued directives to them through a video conference, said a handout here on Tuesday.
The CM directed the all (DCs) of the province to carry out their responsibilities with dedication adding that the officers should take part in various health projects regarding polio and hepatitis, as well as support the People’s Primary Healthcare Initiative and the basic health units. The condition of many government hospitals is deplorable, and it is the collective responsibility of everyone to improve the situation of these hospitals and other health facilities.
CM Shah said that all DCs with powers under the Price Control Act should try to further control price hike in their respective districts and take more prompt action against profiteers.
The chief minister said that the respective district governments should take over the water supply and drainage schemes left unattended after being completed by the Public Health Engineering Department.
The CM Sindh also stressed upon the deputy commissioners of the province that as the project directors, they should go ahead for the completion of development schemes in their districts.

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