Murad orders to give more 1500 acres land to Dhabeji Spl Economic Zone
KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has directed Board of Revenue (BoR) to give more 1500 acres land to the Dhabeji Special Economic Zone (SEZ) - a CPEC priority project, which presently stretches over 1,530 acres.
This he said while presiding over a meeting on Dhabeji SEZ matters here at CM House.
The CM has directed the BoR to transfer the title of the land to the Dhabeji SEZ so that development of infrastructure could be started.
He said that Dhabeji SEZ would open new vistas of development and prosperity in Sindh by developing vast economic activity and create a large number of employment opportunities for skilled and unskilled people.
"I have continuously struggled to achieve the approval of Dhabeji SEZ and finally got it for the people of the province", he said.
The meeting was attended by Chief Secretary Mumtaz Shah, Senior Member Board of Revenue (SMBR) Qazi Shahid Parvez, Secretary Investment Najam Shah, Secretary Mines & Mineral Zulfiqar Shah, Secretary Works Imran Atta Soomro, Commissioner Hyderabad Abbas Baloch, DG PPP Unit Khalid Shaikh, MD Water Board Asadullah Khan, PD K-IV Asad Zamin and other concerned officers.
Briefing the CM, the chief secretary said that the critical issues were land transfer, construction of connecting roads, provision of electricity, provision of water at the door step, provision of gas and cancellation of mining leases issued there. - APP