Official website of Sindh govt needs updating
KARACHI (PPI) – Though the previous provincial cabinet seized to function with expiry of its constitutional tenure and same of interim set-up was also about to end with installation of new cabinet in a few days, but the Sindh government’s official website has not been updated and is still showing former MPAs as ministers.
A portion of the website containing names ministers and advisors still showed the names of ministers and advisers of last cabinet, as the staff concerned did not remove their names, replacing with those of caretakers during past months.
In the category of names of ministers the website shows following names – Syed Sardar Ahmed (Health), Pir Sadruddin Shah Rashdi (Works & Services), Syed Shoaib Ahmed Bukhari (Planning & Development), Irfanullah Khan Marwat (Mineral & Mines), Abdur Rauf Siddiqui (Culture and Tourism), Sardar Nadir Akmal Khan Leghari (Irrigation & Power), Muhammad Adil Siddiqui (Labour, Transport, Industries & Commerce), Shabir Ahmed Qaimkhani (Excise & Taxation), Sardar Manzoor Ali Panhwar (Auqaf, Religious & Minority Affairs & Zakat Ushr), Muhammad Husain (Local Govt. & Spatial Development), Qamar Mansoor (Sports & Youth Affairs), Chaudhary Iftikhar (Law, Parliamentary Affairs & Human Rights), Dr. Hamida Khuro (Education & Literacy), Dr. Saeed a Malik (Women Development & Social Welfare), Syed Ali Bux Shah (Population Welfare), Sohrab Ahmed Khan Sarki (Inter Provincial Coordination), Altaf Hussain Unar (no mention of portfolio) and Dr. Sagheer Ahmed (Environment and Alternate Energy). Similarly, the names of advisors appearing on site are – Syed Ejaz Ali Shah Sheerazi (Forest & Wildlife), Ghulam Murtaza Khan Jatoi (Food & Agriculture), Salah uddin Haider (Information & Archives), Waseem Akhtar (Home & Coordination), Noman Saigal (Information Technology), M. A. Jalil (Finance), Faqir Muhammad Jadam Mangrio (Livestock & Fisheries), Sultan Ahmad Khuawar, Mushtaq Rao, Syed Manzoor Hussain, Fatima Suriya Bajya, Muhammad Ayub Shaikh, Manzoor H. Shah, Ashfaq Mangi, Nusrat Aziz, Mir Ali Nawaz Khan Talpur, Imamuddin Shoukin, Ghulam Rasool Unar, Mir Naseer Khan Khoso, Dr.Dost Muhammad Memon, Ms Nuzhat Pathan, Umer Sharif, Muhammad Tariq Hassan and Zulfiqar Ali Kamario.
Meanwhile, official web portal of Sindh home department also continued to show Wasim Akhtar and Brig. (retd) Ghulam Mohtarram as home advisor and home secretary, respectively.
Source: The Nation