Karachi, January 23, 2019 (PPI-OT): Chief Secretary Sindh Syed Mumtaz Ali Shah has said that the Sindh Government is endeavoring to maintain a better system of cleanliness and beautification for Karachi respective institutions like SSWMB (Sindh Solid Waste Management Board) are functional while plan to produce energy with solid waste/garbage is also in process. He expressed these views while addressing a delegation of the officers of Pakistan Navy-on study tour to Sindh, this morning.
He also noted that the Sindh is the only Province where the syllabus from class one to intermediate envisages the anti-drug chapters to save our children from this menace. Mumtaz Shah pointed out that the education has been given the special focus in Sindh where 55000 primary 45000 secondary schools, 250 colleges and a large number of universities are busy in the academic task.
The Chief Secretary also maintained that SEPA (Sindh Environmental Protection Agency) has been playing its part for pollution Control, and CETP (Combined Effluent Treatment Plants) are being developed for proper disposal of industrial waste, as well, he noted that K-IV and S-III projects of water and sewerage are in operation to ameliorate the citizens from the difficulties. Secretary Home A.K. Kazi, Secretary Planning Dr. Sheereen Mustafa and IGP Sindh Dr. Kaleem Imam also spoke.
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