KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has decided to conduct a judicial inquiry into the murder of Intizar Ahmed.
The Sindh chief minister received a letter from Ishtiaq Ahmed requesting him to conduct a judicial inquiry into the murder of his son Intiaz Ahmed killed at Khayaban-i-Ittehad.
The chief minister, just after receiving the letter talked to Ashfaq Ahmed on telephone and assured him that he was going to conduct judicial inquiry as desired by him. “Let me a day to finalise all the formalities for judicial inquiry,” he asked him. He also told him that he was with him [Ishtiaq Ahmed] to redress all his apprehensions and reservation in terms of investigation into the murder of his son Intzar Ahmed.
The chief minister has directed the chief secretary Sindh to initiate necessary process for judicial inquiry.
UAE Ambassador calls on CM: Ambassador of UAE Hamad Obaid Al-Zaabi, along with his consul general in Karachi Naseer Huwaiden Al-Ketbi, called on Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah here at the CM House and discuss bilateral relations.
He told the chief minister that the UAE was going start working with Pakistan in social sector such a drive against polio and other health care programmes.
The chief minister welcoming the decision of the UAE government said that there was wide scope to support Pakistan, particularly in Sindh. “I have already declared emergency in health sector and have achieved some better results,” he said.
He told him that there was vast investment opportunities in Sindh, particularly in energy sector, the renewable energy, mass transit and other sectors.
The chief minister presented his memento, traditional Ajrak and Sindh cap to the visiting diplomat