KARACHI – Sindh Chief Secretary Raja Muhammad Abbas has called report about shifting/construction of truck terminal, from the Secretary Transport, Sindh immediately. He asked the departments of Home, Transport, Implementation, Police and the Karachi Metropolitan Corporation (KMC) to jointly ensure expeditious action of their part, to this effect.He was presiding review meeting in his office on Monday. The meeting was attended by the ACS Home Suhail Akbar Shah, Secretaries Aijaz Ali Khan (I&G) Nazar Muhammad Kalhoro (Transport) Iqbal Mahmood Additional IG Police, Muhammad Hussain Syed Administrator KMC. A presentation was made in the meeting which suggested construction of truck stand in any suitable area of National High Way or super High Way or RCD Highway.The presentation was thoroughly observed and the chief secretary asked the stakeholders to offer their views within two days. It may be mentioned that the Karachi city’s issues like pollution, traffic jams and wastage of time, could be minimised, if the truck terminal project is implemented.DISTRICT SOUTH TO BE MADE MODEL ZONE: In consonance with the Lyari Development Package, the District South would be made a model zone. This was stated by the Deputy Commissioner South and Project Director of Lyari Development Package Karachi, Mustafa Jamal Qazi. He was talking on the occasion of the visit to Lyari on Monday to review the pace on-going development projects. Qazi stressed that all development schemes under the Lyari Package should be completed on time.He said that on the directive of President Asif Ali Zardari for provision of facilities to the people of Lyari, the pace of development projects of Lyari Package has been speeded up.Qazi further pointed out that for fostering sports activities, the Football House has been renovated and that the second-phase projects of Maulvi Usman Park, Usmanabad Ground, Gabol Park Ground have been completed. Steps have also taken for promotion of boxing in Lyari. The reconstruction and renovation of dilapidated boxing clubs have been completed.During a visit to the area, he reviewed the pace of the development projects, water supply schemes and reverse osmosis projects. Qazi told the officials concerned that no dereliction would be tolerated. He also visited various schools in the area and reviewed the reconstruction work of the schools. Qazi also called for the steps in order to help enhance the literacy rate.