Islamabad: The federal government, on Wednesday, formed a 10-member committee to review the progress of the work being done in Karachi under the city’s transformation plan – a news source reported on January 29.
The committee will be chaired by Planning Commission Deputy Chairman Mohammad Jehanzeb Khtan while the other members will include National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) Chairman, Water & Power Development Authority (WAPDA) Chairman and secretaries of finance, water resources, planning, economic affairs, and railway divisions.
The task of the committee will be to ensure timely provision of funds for projects under Karachi Transformation Plan.
Karachi Transformation Plan is an ambitious package worth PKR 1.1 trillion that is a collaboration between Sindh and federal governments designed to improve the state of development in the largest metropolis of the country. The two governments had also established a coordination and implementation committee headed by Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah.