Sindh governor launches complaint cell to address public issues


Governor Sindh Kamran Tessori launched a complaint cell in governor’s house on Wednesday to facilitate the people of the province.

As per details, the citizen can submit their complaints in the governor’s house Sindh. The complainants can submit electricity, gas, sewerage, water and other complaints to the team in the governor’s house. The complaint cell will be working round the clock to facilitate the citizens of the province. Furthermore, the complaint cell team will ensure prompt replies to any query and swiftly resolve the problem in 24 to 48 hours.

According to a statement, Sindh Governor Kamran Tessori launched a complaint cell for citizens to address public issues and to ensure transparency in government offices. Tessori was sworn in as Sindh governor earlier this month. Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) leader Kamran Tessori took oath as the 34th governor of Sindh.

He was administered oath by Sindh High Court Chief Justice Ahmad Ali M. Shaikh at a ceremony held at the Governor House. The event was attended by Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah, Sindh Assembly Speaker Agha Siraj Durrani, cabinet members, officials, diplomats, along with others.

Meanwhile, Governor Sindh Kamran Khan Tessori has said that the problems confronted by public sector universities in the province were being resolved and the cooperation of Higher Education Commission (HEC) could play a pivotal role in this regard. This he observed during a meeting with Chairman HEC Dr. Mukhtar Ahmed at Governor House here Wednesday.  Vice Chancellor Iqra University Dr. Waseem Qazi, Vice Chancellor Dewan University Dr. Muhammad Aurangzeb and Director HEC Sindh Javed Memon were also present on the occasion.  Matters regarding overall performance of public sector universities, provision of facilities, promotion of research and other concerned issues were discussed on the occasion.

While highlighting the importance of research in universities, the Governor Sindh said that cooperation and guidance of HEC could be proved significant in this regard. The interaction with overseas universities were also of immense importance as our students were, not inferior then any one in with regards to their abilities, he opined

The Governor said that by providing conducive environment, we could utilize the capabilities of our students in a better way.

Dr. Mukhtar Ahmed informed the Governor about the steps of HEC for promoting higher education in the province.


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