Uplift works underway under Public-Private Partnership: SAPM


Special Assistant to Chief Minister Sindh on Board of Investment and Public Private Partnership Projects Qasim Naveed Qamar has said that Sindh government was working on large scale development projects through public private partnership.

He was presiding over a meeting to review the construction work of Kandhkot-Ghotki bridge construction along with Provincial Minister Shabbir Ali Bijrani.

The meeting was also attended by Deputy Commissioner (DC) KashmoreMunawar Ali Mithiani and other officers, said a statement issued here on Saturday.

On the occasion, Provincial Minister Shabir Ahmed Bijarani and CM aide Qasim Naveed Qamar were briefed about the ongoing construction work.  They wereinformed that the distances would be shorter after completion of the bridge.

The construction work on the bridge has been going on for a year and a half and it would be completed in three more years.

Talking to media, Shabbir Ali Bijrani and Naveed Qamar said that completion of the bridge will greatly benefit both the districts and project will be completed in three years.

Responding to a question, they said that Kandakot is our home and we are working for its betterment all the time.

All the representatives have to work for it and provide employment opportunities to the people.

Syed Qasim Naveed Qamar said that the representatives of Pakistan People’s Party at all levels were committed to solve the problems of the people.


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