Dadu, villages be connected through road networks: CM Sindh
By Commerce Reporter
KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah said yesterday that Dadu district is most important city located on the Indus Highway, therefore, it must be connected through road networks with small villages and towns to facilitate people of the area.
This he said while presiding over four different meetings to review district and provincial ADPs of different districts here at the CM House today. The meeting was attended by provincial ministers, Mir Hazar Khan Bijarani, Dr Sikandar Mendhro, Jam Mehtab Dahar, Jam Khan Shoro, Imdad Pitafi, Fayaz Butt, Chairman P&D M. Waseem, Principal Secretary to CM Sohail Rajput, provincial secretaries, Fazal Pechuho, Hassan Naqvi, Jamal Shah, Aziz Uqaili, Aijaz Memon, ramzan awan and others.
MNA Rafiq Jamali told the meeting that the remodeling of Dadu Canal and Johi Branch was slow and improper. On this, the chief minister said that it was a Rs800 milion scheme and directed Secretary Irrigation Jamal Shah to personally monitor the work and make it a quality work.
The scheme of works department which came under discussion include Rs234.845 million 18.4 km Johi road, Rs80.501 about 10 km road from Punj Mori to village Jhalo, improvement of 15 km road of Rs129.467 million from Piaro Station to Sita Road and various other for which the chief minister directed works Minister Imdad Pitafi to personally lookafter them and get them completed in time.
The chief Minister directed P&D department to revise Rs589.7 million Improvement and Extension of drainage scheme Dadu, so that it could be completed by end of December 2017. He directed PHE, education, health and works department to complete their schemes in the district with special attention.