Sindh CM directs officials, former ministers to return govt vehicles in 24 hrs
Says Keenjhar Lake and coastal belt of Sindh could be developed as international tourist resort.
Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has directed all officers, former ministers and advisors to return government vehicles in their use within twenty-four hours otherwise action will be taken against them.
Addressing the cabinet meeting in Karachi today, he ordered Chief Secretary to take action against those ministers, advisors and special assistants who run the vehicles without number plates.
Earlier, talking to a delegation of Chinese investors, Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has said that the province has vast investment opportunities in energy, power distribution, and health and transport sectors.
The Chief Minister said Keenjhar Lake and coastal belt of the Province could be developed as international tourist resort.
Speaking on the occasion, the Chinese investors expressed readiness to carry out heavy investment in the province.