Saturday, July 11, 2009

Governor pays tribute to Kamal’s good governance

Sindh Governor Dr Ishrat-ul-Ebad Khan has said that record development took place in Karachi during the last four years due to devolution of power to grass root level under the existing local bodies system.
“The importance of Karachi was internationally acknowledged with the construction of modern infrastructure, roads, under-passes and flyovers and it is a fact that no one owned Karachi in the past but Nazim Syed Mustafa Kamal adopted this vision and set a high example of good governance, glorious administration and best delivery for which I pay him all the tributes”.
He expressed these views while speaking at a welcome ceremony organised by Journalists Forum, to felicitate City Nazim Mustafa Kamal and the City Thinkers Award ceremony held at Arts Council of Pakistan.
On the occasion Governor presented a gold medal on Forum’s behalf to Nazim Mustafa Kamal in recognition to his unparalleled performance.
Dr Ishrat-ul-Ebad said Nazim Karachi worked hard with dedication and honesty and its positive effects reached the people directly and they got due facilities of life.
He said that Nazim’s vision received outstanding acknowledgement not only in Karachi but also in and out of Pakistan. He said one cannot find a parallel to development works that were carried out here during the last 4 years.
The Governor observed that Karachi kept expanding without a Master Plan but Nazim Mustafa Kamal gave the city an international identity besides preparing its first Master Plan and today the city has become the most appropriate for investment.
Addressing the ceremony Nazim Mustafa Kamal pointed out that service without discrimination is the philosophy of Quaid-e-Tehreek Altaf Hussain and we highlighted this very philosophy and showed the mettle.

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