KARACHI:The Sindh government is striving hard to accelerate and improvise the process of development, specially in roads construction and development sector, while laying down a comprehensive network of roads in Sindh Province.
This was informed by Nisar Ahmed Khuhro, Advisor to Sindh Chief Minister for Works and Services, while addressing as a chief guest at a certificate distribution ceremony arranged by project management unit Sindh Provincial Roads improvement project (SPRIP) works and services department at a local hotel here today.
Khuhro also praised the effects of Engineers working dedicatedly full time in the completion of the project. He further said that the services of Mushtaqe Ahmed Memon were also unforgettable, who worked effortless.
Earlier, Mushtaqe Ahmed Memon, Project Director, Sindh Provincial Roads Improvement Project (SPRIP), while presenting a welcome address, thanked the advisor Sindh Chief Minister for Work and Services for his participation in the program and his co-ordination in achievement of goal.
Memon further stated that in first phase of SPRIP, a huge amount of Rs 6160 million had been saved and had discarded commitment charges of the government of Sindh. “We have again worked out and it is expected that we will save the other Rs 2880 million,” he added.
Memon also thanked for the help and co-operation of Chief Minister of Sindh, Syed Murad Ali Shah, Chief Secretary of Sindh, Syed Mumtaz Ali Shah and Secretary Works and Services, and Imran Atta Soomro for the completion of first phase of the project and ongoing progress of the project.
Madam Saba Fatima, XEN works and services, highlighted outlines and methods about the programme. Later on, Advisor to Sindh Chief Minister for Works and Services Nisar Ahmed Khuhro distributed certificates amongst engineers and assistant engineers and other related person of project. Earlier, Khuhro was presented a traditional Sindhi Ajrak and a Sindhi Cap by Memon.