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- January 22, 2016
- Posted by: nlf-admin
- Category: Business plans
Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah on Monday appointed five more special assistants, bringing the total number of special assistants to 11.
Maula Bakhsh Mubejo, Pir Noorullah, Riaz Hussain Shah, Veerji Kolhi, a human rights activist who is also a brother of PPP Senator Krishna Kumari Kolhi, and Nasima Ghulam Hussain are the new additions to the provincial cabinet that already has 16 ministers and two advisers.
According to details, Waqar Mehdi, Rashid Rabbani, Ashfaq Memon, Qasim Naveed and Dr Katumal Jewan are already working as special assistants to chief minister without any portfolios.