Qaim announces Rs5 billion for Jacobabad uplift
SUKKUR: Sindh Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah on Saturday announced Rs5 billion for the development of Jacobabad district.
The chief minister held a meeting with notables and PPP leaders to discuss party’s future strategy regarding the coming elections.Speaking to the media, Shah said that Rs5 billion had been allocated for the development of Jacobabad.
He said that sanitation, drinking water and other basic issues of the people of Jacobabad, Thul and Gharhi Khairo would be resolved.He also announced that a Cadet College would be built in Jacobabad.
The chief minister said that the overall situation of law and order in the province including Karachi was satisfactory Qaim Ali Shah directed all the district police chiefs to ensure law and order in their respective areas.
The chief minister said lives and properties of minorities, including Hindus, would be protected. He directed the SSP Jacobabad to hold a meeting with the elders of the Hindu community, which constitutes three percent of the local population, to resolve their concerns.
He said that precautionary measures had been adopted to deal with the expected cyclones and monsoon rains. He said that parliament was authorised to amend the Constitution.Qaim Ali Shah said that concerns of all the coalition partners would be addressed to build a consensus on the contempt of court law.