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Lala Fazal to be appointed as Karachi administrator

Staff Report KARACHI: Sindh government officer Lala Fazal-ur Rehman is likely to be appointed as the administrator of Karachi under the new temporary local government setup. According to sources, LG Amendment Bill will be presented before Sindh Assembly on Monday. Earleir, Federal Interior Minister Rehman Malik met with MQM delegation at the Governor House Thursday...

SAMAA | - Posted: Feb 12, 2010 | Last Updated: 11 years ago
SAMAA |
Posted: Feb 12, 2010 | Last Updated: 11 years ago
Lala Fazal to be appointed as Karachi administrator

Staff Report

KARACHI: Sindh government officer Lala Fazal-ur Rehman is likely to be appointed as the administrator of Karachi under the new temporary local government setup.

According to sources, LG Amendment Bill will be presented before Sindh Assembly on Monday.

Earleir, Federal Interior Minister Rehman Malik met with MQM delegation at the Governor House Thursday night, where major decisions were taken.

After the Amendment Bill 2010 gets endorsement from the House, government officers will be appointed as the administrators in local body institutions.

As prescribed in the Bill, next local body elections will be conducted within 120 days on party basis.

The changes in local government's setup will be made in consultation with Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) and Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM).

Sources said that PPP, MQM and other political parties of Sindh have reached a consensus for reshaping local body system on modern techniques. SAMAA

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