KARACHI – The Sindh government on Thursday appointed Samir Mir Sheikh as special assistant to chief minister Murad Ali Shah.
According to the details, the Sindh government extended its cabinet by eight members as Sheikh, Arbab Lutfullah, Nadir Magsi, Ajiz Jakhrani, Riaz Shah Shirazi, Jam Madad Ali, Qasim Soomro and Brigadier (retired) Haris were inducted.
Luftfullah and Magsi were taken in as ministers, Jakhrani and Shirazi as advisors, Ali and Soomro as heads of public accounts committee, while Sheikh and Haris as special assistants.
Sheikh is one of the prominent leaders of Pakistan Peoples Party and maintains a reputation in business circles. He also heads the standing committee of FPCCI on higher education and leads the United Nations’ Pakistan Academic Division.