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Law and order, atta crisis discussed in Sindh cabinet meeting

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KARACHI: Sindh cabinet discusses Law and order, atta crisis in maiden meeting here Sunday. Sindh Cabinet met under the chairmanship of Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah at New Sindh Secretariat. Prime Minister’s Advisor for Interior, Rehman Malik attended the meeting on special invitation.

She pointed out that Sindh Chief Minister has prepared a complete programme in relation to law and order. Among others, it also envisages the appointment of officers on merit.
Pointing that Sindh Province will be provided relief soon, Shazia Mari said the Provincial Home Department is to be strengthened for which the cooperation of media was required.

She said that law and order had been bad in Sindh Province but it would now show improvement as elected cabinet had come into being and Home Department being headed by Dr. Zulfikar Mirza. It is the responsibility of the government to maintain law and order in the Province and especially in Karachi, the Minister said and informed that Co-chairman PPP Asif Ali Zardari has aksed Interior Advisor Rehman Malik to visit Karachi once in a week for bringing improvement in law and order.

Replying to a question, she said the vacant Ministries in Sindh government will soon be filled. She said the cabinet ministers would perform their functions under the set Rules of Business.
Shazia Mari said the Sindh Government has resolved to redress the excesses done to the people of Sindh during the last 10 years. Replying to a question, the Information Minister said the process of dialogue with MQM is continuing. She said the talks with MQM last night continued but no final results came out.-SANA

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Rubab Saleem is Editor of Pakistan Times
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