CS visits Mazar-e-Quaid

The Nation

KARACHI – Newly appointed Sindh Chief Secretary Syed Mumtaz Ali Shah on Sunday visited the mausoleum of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah to pay homage to the Father of the Nation.
On the occasion, the chief secretary offered fateha and laid a floral wreath and also recorded his impression by writing down his comments in the Visitors’ Book.
While talking to media person after the visit, Shah said he, along with the provincial government, will serve the people of the province as per golden principles of Quid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah. While replying to a question pertaining to corruption in Sindh, the Chief Secretary said that there is proper mechanism to check the corruption. He added that there are corruption watchdog institutions like the National Accountability Bureau and Anti-Corruption Establishment to curb the corruption by taking stern action against this menace. However, the Chief Secretary believed that there would be no need of such of NAB, ACE and other corruption watchdog, if everyone works as per law.
The Secretary Information and Archives Abdul Rasheed Solangi, Commissioner Karachi Muhammad Salih Ahmed Faroqi and other officers were also present during the visit.
Mumtaz Ali Shah has assumed the charge of the provincial chief secretary by replacing Rizwan Memon on 23rd September.
The federal government on September 22 had issued a notification of Shah’s appointment as top bureaucrat of the Sindh after the Pakistan People’s Party-led provincial government had recommended his name.

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