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Chief Secretary Sindh asks officials of Sindh Secretariat to ensure exemplary moral behaviour with people

Date: March 30, 2015 Author: Web Desk Category: Government Institutions Tags: Short URL Comments: 0

Karachi, March 30, 2015 (PPI-OT): Chief Secretary Sindh Muhammad Siddique Memon has asked the officers and employees of Sindh Secretariat to ensure exemplary moral behaviour with general people with the specific reference of issues of general public, being dealt with through Sindh Government offices.

He expressed these views, while presiding a meeting of the SGA and CD (Services, general Administration and Coordination Department) of Sindh Government / Sindh Secretariat.

C.S. met all Secretaries, Addll. Secretaries and Section Officers and advised them to closely monitor the performance of their sub-ordinates.

Siddiq Memon categorically noted that cleanliness and sanitation is the life – line of human qualities, thus he instructed that this task must be accorded, comprehensively. He also emphasized upon facilitating the applicants of “deceased quota”, as per rules and government policy, as well, he stressed the need of sufficient security arrangements, within and around the Sindh Secretariat.

The Chief Secretary said, “I trust you whole heartedly, thus, please care, otherwise, disappointment is your choice. He expressed hope that most coordinated efforts, would be undertaken for best service delivery.

Secretaries of G.A, Services, and Coordination M/S A.B. Narijo, Syed Jamal Mustafa Shah and Syed Tariq Mehmood Jaffery were also present.

For more information, contact:
The Information Department
Block-95 Sindh Secretariat 4-B,
Opposite Sindh Assembly Building Karachi
Email: sindhpressinformation@gmail.com, director_pi@sindhinformation.gos.pk
Phone: +92-021-99204401, +92-021-99204423
Fax: +92-021-99202609, +92-021-99204417
Website: sindhinformation.gos.pk

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