CM appoints Murtaza Wahab, Ghanwer Ali Sindh govt spokesmen

Our Correspondent
Wednesday, Apr 10, 2024

karachi: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has appointed two new spokesmen for the provincial government.

A notification to this effect was issued by the Sindh government’s Services, General Administration, and Coordination Department (Cabinet Division).

According to the notification, Barrister Murtaza Wahab and Ghanwer Ali Khan Isran will act as the new spokesmen for the provincial government.

Wahab is also the Karachi mayor and acted as the Sindh government’s spokesman in the past also. Isran is a PPP leader and remained a lawmaker from Kamber Shahdadkot. The move came a day after the portfolio of the Information Department was assigned to Senior Minister Sharjeel Inam Memon.

New Karachi commissioner

Karachi now has a new commissioner, Hasan Naqvi, who is a grade 21 officer of the Sindh government.

Former commissioner Muhammad Saleem Rajput was transferred to the post of the secretary of the excise, taxation and narcotics department on Tuesday.

Hasan Naqvi has been posted as commissioner of the Karachi division, according to a notification released by the Sindh Government Services, General Administration and Coordination Department. Another grade 20 officer awaiting posting, Asif Ikram, has been posted as secretary of information, science and technology.

The ex-secretary of information, science and technology and a grade 20 officer, Abu Bakar Ahmed, has been posted as director general of the Sindh Local Government Commission. Raja Khurram Shehzad Umar has been made secretary of investment, and Muhammad Mureed Rahimoon shas been posted as a member of the provincial election authority.