Sindh Government news March 13, 2012

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TRANSFERS AND POSTINGS

Karachi, March 13: The Chief Justice and Judges of the High Court of Sindh have ordered the following transfers and postings of Civil Judges & Judicial Magistrates, with immediate effect in the public interest:

            Mr. Muhammad Jawaid Salman (Report to High Court ) has been posted at Larkana against the post lying vacant.

            Mr. Ali Gul Khaskheli has been transferred from Kot Ghulam Muhammad to Ghotki vice Mr. Mehmood Ahmed transferred.

            Mr. Mushtaq Ahmed Ansari (Report to High Court) has been posted to Malir against the post lying vacant.

            Mr. Farhad Baig S. Dehar (Report to High Court) has been posted to Shaheed Benazirabad vice Mr. Sohrab Khan Brohi transferred.

            Mr. Ghulam Shabbir Soomro has been transferred from Khanpur to Hyderabad against the post lying vacant.

            Mr. Malik Javed Memon has been transferred from Kashmore @ Kandhkot to Badin against the post lying vacant.

            Mr. Muhammad Saifullah has been transferred from Thatta to Karachi (South) vice Mr. Anwar Ahmed Memon transferred.

            Mr. Anwar Ahmed Memon has been transferred from Karachi (South) to Thatta vice Mr. Muhammad Shafiullah transferred.

            Mr. Mehmood Ahmed has been transferred from Ghotki to Mirpur Mathelo against the post lying vacant.

            Mr. Suhrab Khan Brohi has been transferred from Shaheed Benazirabad to Kashmore @ Kandhkot vice Mr. Malik Javed Memon transferred.

CIVIL JUDGES AND JUDICIAL MAGISTRATES REINSTATED

Karachi, March 13: The Chief Justice and the Authority, under the Sindh Civil Servants (Efficiency & Discipline) Rules, 1973 has reinstated the following Civil Judges & Judicial Magistrates in service with immediate effect, without prejudice to the final result of disciplinary proceedings pending against them.

Mr. Muhammad Jawaid Salman, Civil Judge & Judicial Magistrate (Report to High Court). Mr. Ali Gul Khaskheli, Civil Judge & Judicial Magistrate , Kot Ghulam Muhammad. Syed Muhammad Hasnain Shah, Civil Judge & Judicial Magistrate Shikarpur. Mr. Mushtaq Ahmed Ansari, Civil Judge & Judicial Magistrate (Report to High Court). Mr. Farhad Baig S. Dehar, Civil Judge & Judicial Magistrate (Report to High Court) and Mr. Ghulam Shabbir Soomro, Civil Judge & Judicial Magistrate Khanpur.

JOINT MEETING OF PAK-AFGHAN JOINT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE & INDUSTRY HELD

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Karachi, March 13: Pak-Afghan Joint Chamber of Commerce & Industry (PAJCCI) is a joint collaboration between Karachi Chamber of Commerce (KCCI), Chaman Chamber of Commerce (CCCI), Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa Chamber of Commerce (KPCCI) and Afghan Chamber of Commerce (ACCI), in order to strengthen trade ties between two economies this initiative, was taken and its first board meeting was held in Karachi here today, where delegates from all respective chambers assembled.

            During the meeting composition of board was determined. As per mutual consensus, the elected leadership would be on rotational basis, one year from Pakistan and another year from Afghanistan. For this year, President has been elected from Pakistan and Co-President from Afghanistan, Mr. Zubair Motiwala was unanimously chosen as President and Mr. Khan Jan Alokozai as Co-President of the PAJCCI board. From each side, two vice Presidents have been elected. From Pakistan Mr. Usman Bashir Bilour and Engr. Daroo Khan whereas from Afghanistan Mr. Muhammad Yonass Momanad and Haji Atiquallah Mominzada.

            Total Board constitutes 11 members from each country. PAJCCI has its two offices, one in Karachi and other in Kabul, PAJCCI’s offices started functioning since February 2012 by induction of Secretary General/Executive Director in both Karachi and Kabul, Ms. Faiza Nasir is Secretary General-PAJCCI Pakistan and Mr. Abdul Ehsan Mohmand as Executive Director from PAJCCI Afghanistan.

            The core objective of this Chamber is to facilitate peace prospects and strengthen economic and trade ties between the two brotherly nations, Pakistan and Afghanistan. It would also be a catalyst to easing out any pressures induced by Political or legal framework in the respective countries in the most appropriate manner possible.

            British High Commission and Center for International Private Enterprises (CIPE) has played key role in formation and technical support for this Chamber and they are important partners in the project.

            It was agreed between the two sides to ease trade between the two counties and all problems/hurdles are done away with. It was also decided to resolve the issue in board amicably and then put forward to respective governments.

            This would also revive the ancient Silk-Route for trade and would give reality to the slogan South-South Trade and will open the doors to CIS countries through Afghanistan. This would also help in resolving many problems especially problems of infrastructure as there are huge natural resources available in Afghanistan.

3474-34 ACRES LAND ALLOTTED FOR 09 FAST TRACK WIND ENERGY PROJECTS: MUHAMMAD ZUBAIR MOTIWALA

 Karachi, March 13:Sindh is blessed with enormous potential for Wind Energy resource which if tapped can generate more than 50,000 MW. Wind Corridor (Gharo- Jhampir) is 60 KM wide and 180 KM long with average wind speed of 7-8 meter/sec. This was briefed by Chairman SBI while presiding a meeting in the office of Investment Department, Government of Sindh

Govt of Sindh has taken strong measures to unfold this opportunity and have so far approved 26 Wind Projects which will be commissioned within next one year and will generate of more than 1000 MW of energy. Mr. Muhammad Zubair Motiwala, Chairman Sindh Board of Investment shared that Chief Minister Sindh, Syed Qaim Ali Shah has recently approved allotment of 3474-34 acres of land for Nine (09) Fast Track Wind Power projects and the Revenue Department has also granted 30 years land lease to all Fast Track Wind Power Projects through investment under Renewable Energy Policy 2006.

Chairman, SBI said that efficient solution to energy crisis can only be achieved by encouraging investment in Renewable Energy Projects. All these 09 fast track projects have submitted non refundable guarantees under the new policy envisaging commissioning of commercial operations by March 31, 2013. He further elaborated that these projects plan to install 297.4 of electricity in the wind corridor of District Thatta and Jamshoro. He further said that Government of Sindh is simultaneously pursuing few other fast track cases including that M/S NBT for installation of 500 MW. Under these commitments, a total 797.4 MW can be installed by end of March, 2013.