Karachi: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah decided to expend his cabinet on Tuesday with the inclusion of four new member.
Sources informed that Sindh government has decided to add four new members i.e. two ministers, one adviser and a special assistant into the Sindh provincial cabinet.
Provincial government had put forward the names of Arbab Lutfullah, Mir Nadir Ali Khan Magsi, Sajid Ali Banbhan, Qasim siraj soomro and Zia Abbas Shah for the minister slots.
However it is decided that Mir Aijaz Jakhrani would be appointed as adviser to the CM Sindh and Riaz Hussain Shah Sheerazi would be appointed as special assistant into the cabinet, told the sources.
The strength of the Sindh cabinet will be counted to 18 after the addition of four . The minister will take Oath during a ceremony that will be held in the next week.
Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah, on October 15, added four more ministers and the provincial cabinet counted to sixteen members and two advisers.