Sindh govt working to generate clean energy: Murad Ali Shah
Chief Minister Sindh Murad Ali Shah has said that the Sindh government is working hard to generate clean energy by installing wind and solar power projects.
According to the details, He met the US Consul General Robert Silberstein in Karachi on Tuesday.
During the meeting he said that Sindh is working to its own and clean energy sources according to the 18th amendment of the constitution.
CM Sindh said that the breakthrough the Sindh government has made in coal-fire power generation in Thar is a milestone in the country.
These projects have not only created employment opportunities for the locals but have changed the dynamics of Karachi.
It is to remember that For the development of Thar Coal, the Government of Sindh has in last six years incurred more than Rs.30 billion on various mega projects and studies.
In current financial year Government of Sindh earmarked Rs. 21 billion for coal, wind and other energy projects, which reflects the commitment of Sindh Government towards energy projects.
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