Karachi: The Chief Minister of Sindh, Murad Ali Shah, chaired a high-level meeting on Thursday where various plans and projects of the Ministry of Industry, Culture and Interior were reviewed.
According to sources, the minister and officials of industry, culture and home affairs ministries briefed the Chief Minister on the progress of ongoing schemes in their respective ministry.
Provincial Minister for Culture, Tourism and Antiquities Sardar Shah briefed CM Sindh on the progress of schemes. He said that a summer resort was being constructed on Gorakh Hill with a cost of Rs 3 billion.
He said that 90 percent construction work on Gorakh Hill resort has been comleted. He further said that that Rs 830 million have been allocated for 44 schemes of Department of Culture, Tourism and Antiquities.
Sources said that the meeting was also informed that Sindh Industries Department has a total number of 11 schemes worth more than Rs 4 billion.
At the same time, the IG police and additional chief secretaries also participated in the review meeting of the Ministry of Interior’s plan. The meeting was informed that the Ministry of the Interior has a total of 49 plans, including 42 ongoing plans and 7 new plans.