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CM approves Rs10bn for installation of 10000 CCTV cameras in city

KARACHI (August 25): Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has said that he has approved a Rs10 billion project to install 10000 surveillance cameras in the city. This is the way to keep an eye on the city.

This he said that while addressing  a gathering on breakfast organised by a media house at a local hotel this morning.

He said that he has approved a Rs10 billion plan under which 10000 close circuit cameras would be installed in the city within three years. He added that apart from it the cameras already installed in different parts of the city would also be made functional.

Syed Murad Ali Shah said that the police keeping in view the track record of the criminal activities have identified over 2000 spots/ areas these 10000 cameras would be installed. These  cameras would be connected with the command and control centre. “The activities would not only be monitored in the command & control center but necessary directives would be issued from there,” he said.

The chief minister replying to another question said that there was lack of planning in making development schemes and projects. “But, we are trying to enhance the capacity of our planners but the civil society has also to come over to guide and assistant the government,” he said.

Replying to another question, he said that he had taken disciplinary actions against some  senior officers under the allegations of lethargy and inefficiency but just to keep the morale of the other officers high “we are not publicizing the actions,” he said added the he had initiated the  accountability process of the government officers. “I have  my own strategy that is to bring everyone [officer] to work but in time, this would help to solve most of the problems which develop due non availability of government officers/officials in their office.

Talking about police order 2001, the chief minister said that it had lot of flaws and it had turned Sindh into police state that’s why it was replaced with old law. “Yes, I agree with you [audience] that police reforms were badly need for public security, protection and top of it we need public-friendly police,” he said.


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Bilawal Bhutto condemns victimization of PPP workers in AJK

KARACHI, Aug 25: Chairman Pakistan People’s Party Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has condemned the victimization of the PPP workers in Azad Jammu & Kashmir by the newly-inducted PML-N government where cases under Anti-Terrorism Act have been initiated against 47 innocent PPP workers including former Adviser to AJK PM Faisal Mumtaz Rathore and throwing 11 of them into jails.
 
“This is kind of intolerable victimization of the PPP workers and the Party will resist such draconian actions with full force,” PPP Chairman stated in a statement issued here today.
 
Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said that former PPP government in AJK had established a Judicial Commission into an incident after which the shops and properties were attacked, vandalized and burnt in Haveli in July 2016. He pointed out the said Judicial Commission had completed 80% of its work but the PML-N government wound up it and launched fierce victimization of the PPP workers in the valley.
 
PPP Chairman asked PML-N government to desist from carrying out political revenge and victimization against his Party workers.


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Chairman PPP Bilawal Bhutto Zardari congratulates PPP Winners

​KARACHI, Aug 24: Chairman Pakistan People’s Party Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has congratulated the newly-elected Mayors, Deputy Mayors, Chairmen and Vice Chairmen of PPP who swept local bodies elections across Sindh and urged them to take on the Hercules task of providing all the basic civic amenities at their door-steps.

In a message after the flow of congratulations  poured in following landslide victories of PPP candidates, the PPP Chairman said that people of Sindh have entrusted them and Party a massive mandate of local governance. “Let the newly-elected heads give their best performance and prove that the PPP and people made a very good decision to elect them,” he stated.

Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said that PPP was proud that it gave adequate representation for the first time to the minority communities in Local government besides nominating woman as Chairman and also inducting them into Sindh Cabinet.


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Former President Zardari felicitates elected PPP Mayors, Deputy Mayors, Chairmen and Vice Chairmen

Islamabad, 24 August 2016: Former President of Pakistan and President Pakistan Peoples Party Parliamentarians Asif Ali Zardari has congratulated all PPP nominated elected Mayors, deputy Mayors, Chairmen and Vice Chairmen in local government elections in Sindh held on Wednesday.

In a statement former President said that their elections reflects people confidence on their leadership qualities. He asked them to play their role to address real problems faced by the public so that people get maximum benefit of local government system. It is the responsibility of all elected representatives to work towards welfare and progress of people. He also asked them to keep close contact with the people and solve their problems according to the philosophy of PPP.


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MQM rigged Mayoral polls with support of establishment: Senator Taj Haider

Karachi. 24.8.2016: Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) central leader Senator Taj Haider has said that MQM has long standing working relationship with the establishment and it always enjoyed full support for blocking the smooth course of democratic process and forces in Pakistan to day and would keep enjoying in future.
In a statement issued from PPP Media Cell, Sindh, Senator Haider said that the paramilitary Rangers were absent on the crucial occasion of elections for the Mayor, deputy Mayor, Chairmen and Vice Chairmen in Karachi and MQM had full control over the process of polling for which devoted City wardens were given the charge. Leader of opposition in Sindh Assembly Khawaja Izhar Ul Hassan, MQM Deputy Convener Dr Farooq Sattar, members of MQM Rabita Committee and other irrelevant persons were present inside the polling stations. This was the open violation to the code of conduct of the election commission of Pakistan.
He said that the Returning Officer was also not in the polling station and the devoted workers of MQM had controlled the entire process of polling. It is now candid clear that MQM had full support from the establishment and was given full and free hand.
Senator Haider said that the ballot papers in District West were already specially marked and carried codes and hence those ballots should be revoked but were counted.
He said that elections for local government representatives were fully rigged under the patronage of the establishment on which notice should be taken and necessary investigations should be conducted.


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PPP seeks discussion in NA over power rates hike

ISLAMABAD: The main opposition Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) submitted on Monday an adjournment motion to the National Assembly secretariat, seeking discussion on the government’s recent decision to impose an additional charge of 70 paisa per unit on power consumers in Punjab and Sindh for the next 25 years.

The adjournment motion, a copy of which was distributed to media by the office of the opposition leader in the National Assembly, has been moved by Syed Naveed Qamar, Dr Nafisa Shah, Syed Ghulam Mustafa Shah, Shazia Marri, Imran Zafar Leghari and Aijaz Jakhrani.

Terming it a vital public issue, the PPP MNAs in their motion stated that the decision of the government would put further burden on the already burdened consumers, who were by now paying hefty sums in their electricity bills under various surcharges.

Instead of providing promised relief, the PPP members alleged, the present government was creating more difficulties for the masses by imposing various surcharges, sending inflated bills, not providing budgetary subsidy to farmers and failing to control transmission and line losses.

The motion was submitted by the PPP three days after the National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (Nepra) allowed an upfront tariff of 71 paisa per unit to be charged to consumers for evacuation of up to 4,950 megawatts of electricity from Thar and Karachi to load demand centres in Punjab as part of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor.

The special upfront tariff — first for a transmission line — was approved by Nepra for an 878-kilometre Matiari-Lahore transmission line to be built by a Chinese firm at a cost of $2.1 billion to evacuate upcoming 4,950MW of electricity from coal-based power plants in Thar, Hub and Port Qasim.

Source: Dawn


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Former President Zardari condemns attack on Media Houses in Karachi

Karachi, 22 August: Chairman Pakistan Peoples Party Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has strongly condemned the attacks on media houses in Karachi.

 

In a press statement, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said that Pakistan Peoples Party believes on freedom of expression. “Pakistan Peoples Party and journalist community worked long and scarified for this democratic right, everyone should enjoy this right”. He added and said that the attack on Television Channels in Karachi is a condemn-able act.

 

Chairman Pakistan Peoples Party said that difference of opinion is factor of a society and should have to respect it.

 

Bilawal Bhutto Zardari expressed solidarity with journalist community and said that independent media is surety of strong democracy. He said that only a strong democracy can fight against terrorism. We condemn attacks on freedom of press be it by political party, religious groups or the state itself.

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