Who is the current Chief Minister of Sindh?

A. Sardar Usman Buzdar
B. Kamran Ali Shah
C. Aslam Khattak
D. Syed Murad Ali Shah

Answer

Correct Answer: D. Syed Murad Ali Shah


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Syed Murad Ali Shah is a Pakistani politician and structural engineer who is currently serving as the Chief Minister of Sindh province of Pakistan and a member of the Sindh Assembly. It is his third term as Chief Minister. As of February 26, 2024, Syed Murad Ali Shah is the Chief Minister of Sindh.

Who is the current Chief Justice of Sindh High Court?

A. Justice Tabassum Aftab Alvi
B. Justice Ahmed Ali M. Shaikh
C. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi
D. Justice Sadaqat Hussain Raja

Answer

Correct Answer: C. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi 


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Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi, the senior most judge of the Sindh High Court, on November 3, 2023 took the oath of acting chief justice of the SHC. Justice Nadeem Akhtar, who has now become second in line on the seniority list, administered the oath at a ceremony held on the premises of the SHC. Judges and a large number of senior lawyers and government law officers attended the ceremony.

Who is the current Governor of Sindh?

A. Kamran tessori
B. Nasreen Jalil
C. Imran Ismail
D. Amanullah Khan

Answer

Correct Answer: A. Kamran tessori 


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Kamran Tessori is a Pakistani politician and businessman, currently serving as the Governor of Sindh since 9 October 2022. Tessori is a member of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement – Pakistan party. Kamran belongs to the Tessori family, who runs an international gold business called “Tessori Gold”. He is the only politician in his family.

Sindh’s contribution to Pakistan’s GDP has been between:

A. 28% to 30.2%
B. 30% to 32.7%
C. 32% to 33.5%
D. None of these

Answer

Correct Answer: B. 30% to 32.7%


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Historically, Sindh’s contribution to Pakistan’s GDP has been between 30% to 32.7%. Its share in the service sector has ranged from 21% to 27.8% and in the agriculture sector from 21.4% to 27.7%. Performance-wise, its best sector is the manufacturing sector, where its share has ranged from 36.7% to 46.5%. Since 1972, Sindh’s GDP has expanded by 3.6 times.