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imageKARACHI: Caretaker Chief Minister Sindh, Justice Zahid Kurban Alavi (Retd) has allocated portfolios to the Provincial Ministers and Advisors of caretaker setup in the Sindh province.

According to a statement issued here on Wednesday, Shakaib Qureshi has been alloted Ministry of Excise and Taxation and P & D. Nawab Qalbe Hussain Lahori has got Forest and Wildlife. Muhammad Shareef Ansari has been given Environment and Alternate Energy. Sardar Khan Ghoto's portfolio is Labour and Transport, Mehmood Yousuf Mandviwala has got Law and Prisons, Iqbal Dawood Pakwala has been given Food portfolio.

Raees Ghulam Qasim Jaskani will be Minister for Livestock and Fishries, Junaid Ali Shah for Health, Sardar Muhammad Yaseen Malik for Auqaf and Religious Affairs. Syed Shabbar Zaidi for Finance, S. Khalid Tawab for Industries and Commerce aand Dr. N.K. Luhana for Agriculture.

Ms. Anis Haroon will be Minister for Human Rights and Women Development, Khalid Latif for Social Welfare and Zakat and Ushr, Noor-ul- Huda Shah for Information and Archives. Abdul Qadeer Chohan for Public Health Engineering.

The Advisors in the Caretaker setup in Sindh have also been allotted portfolios viz Information Technology to Mian Zahid Hussain, Sports and Youth Affairs to Haroon Farooki and Special Education to Zakria Godil.

Copyright APP (Associated Press of Pakistan), 2013


 



 
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