Grade 5 to 15 recruitment through the third party decided in the Sindh cabinet meeting.
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KARACHI (Staff Reporter) Sindh cabinet meeting, decision to not give wheat quota to defaulters, passive and bargaining flour mills and recruitment through grade five to fifteen through third party, according to details, Sindh Minister for Information and Work Saeed Ghani briefed the media on the decisions made at Sindh Assembly Cabinet meeting with the provincial government Local Government Syed Nasir Hussain Shah and said that Sindh cabinet was chaired by Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah. The air meeting approved the decisions made in the previous meeting.
It was decided in the meeting that banning of quota of wheat has been imposed on defaulters, passive and bargaining Flour Mills, and conditions have been imposed for quota of Flour Mills which take quota from the Sindh Government and Those who do not run the mill will be fined who will not only run the mill, they will not only have to take action against them but also the subsidy money will be withdrawn.
At the meeting, the members were informed that the sack of wheat in the market is Rs 5000 which the Sindh government subsidizes and gives Rs 3000. He said that closed floor mills would also be blacklisted and decided on the electricity bill of the mills. Whether the mill is run or not.
Sindh cabinet was informed that the Sindh government has purchased wheat from PESCO. There are 64-floor mills in Ghotki, Sukkur, and Khairpur. Of these mills, 21 mills were made bargains.