Sindh plans to present “Citizen Budget”, consultation with stakeholders
KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has said that he has planned to present ‘Citizen Budget’ 22-2021 for which he has started consultation with all stakeholders.
Presiding over a consultative meeting with stakeholders at the Chief Minister’s House, Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah said that he has planned to present ‘Citizen Budget’ 22-2021 for which he has invited all including industrialists, traders and agriculturists Has started consulting with stakeholders.The meeting was attended by Chief Secretary Sindh Mumtaz Shah, Chairman Planning and Development Muhammad Waseem, concerned secretaries, President CCI Sharq Vohra, President Hyderabad Chamber of Small Traders and Industries Saleem Qureshi and others.
Syed Murad Ali Shah said that 81% of the non-development budget includes 20% on education, 19% on finance, 14% on health, 12% on admission (law and order and justice), 9% on local government, 3% on irrigation and 23 other departments have budgets.The Sindh Chief Minister said that a joint treatment plant would be set up in collaboration with the World Bank and work on the project would start next year. The site association suggested that roads be constructed in the site area with drainage system, overhauling. On this, the Sindh Chief Minister said that 17 roads of the site have been selected for widening on the suggestion of the industrialists and work on the site would start at the beginning of next financial year.