Sindh Cabinet has asked the departments to submit summary of available vacancies: Saeed Ghani.

KARACHI -- Sindh Minister for Information and Labor Saeed Ghani along with Sindh Minister for Local Government Syed Nasir Hussain Shah has said that the Sindh cabinet approved that following the "Ease of doing Business Reforms" there would be no registration fee for registration of shop. He said that now if anyone opens a new shop for doing business, he would not have to pay the registration fee, while the registration would be done online without any fee. He said this while briefing the journalists after the cabinet meeting on Tuesday.

Sindh Minister for Local Government, Forest and Wildlife, and Religious Affairs Syed Nasir Hussain Shah was also present on the occasion. The Cabinet meeting was presided over by Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah. All the provincial ministers, advisers, chief secretary and other relevant officers attended the meeting. Saeed Ghani said that Chief Minister Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah while addressing the members of the cabinet said that, since it was the first cabinet meeting of the year, therefore everyone should vow to remain committed towards working for the welfare of the people as much as possible. He also directed the cabinet members to try to get the ongoing development works completed as soon as possible.

About various others decisions taken during the cabinet meeting Sindh Minister for Information, Archives and Labor Saeed Ghani has said that the provincial cabinet in its meeting had asked all departments to submit the facility-wise vacancy position to the Chief Minister's House by January 15. Saeed Ghani said that the Chief Minister Sindh had directed all the departments to state their position with regard to the number of vacancies available with them, so that the vacancies could be advertised for recruitment. Sindh Minister for Information, Archives and Labor Saeed Ghani said that the Sindh cabinet again expressed serious concern that the federal government had yet to transfer the assets of Pakistan Tourism Development Corporation to the provinces even after the passage of years since the passing of 18th Amendment.

The provincial cabinet decided that the Sindh government would write a letter to the federal government regarding the transfer of these properties to the provincial government, the minister said. Under the 18th amendment the ministry of Tourism had been devolved to the provinces. The Minister said that during the briefing the cabinet was informed that the assets of PTDC that had...

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