LARKANA - The Sindh Chief Minister’s inspection team has started inspection of flood hit embankments at flood protective embankments of Indus River and other flood damaged projects here on Sunday.While other, civil society organisations and inhabitants of different affected areas have showed dissatisfaction on inspection of Sindh Chief Minister’s inspection team to use delaying tactics in declaring reports of the projects after visits. They demanded the team chairman to assure proper inspection of the projects.According to detail, on the directives of Zardari and Sindh CM Qaim Ali Shah, the team, led by directors Abdul Ghafoor Magsi and Ghulam Mustafa, visited the flood-hit embankments in Johi, Dadu, Suprio at KN Shah-Mehar, (LS) Larkana-Sehwan, Nusrat, Agani which were damaged during heavy rains and floods in 2010 and 2011. A large number of the flood affectees of Dadu district and residents of K N Shah and Kamber-Shahdadkot took out protest rallies and staged sit-ins outside the district Press Clubs against poor performance of the officials engaged to repair the embankments and ensure preventive measure before the coming monsoon. They were led by Mujeeb Panhwar and Dr Jabbar Babar.Addressing the protesters, Mujeeb said this is the third time the Sindh Chief Minister’s inspection team has inspected the ongoing development works in the flood-hit areas in Dadu, Qambar-Shahdad Kot, Larkana, Sukkur, Nawabshah, Naushehro Feroze and Shikarpur districts, but they were not declaring its report to higher authorities. He alleged the officials concerned visit the development schemes in rain-hit areas and receive huge amount as bribe from the contractors. There is no proper desilting carried out of several distributaries, canals and link barrages, but the officials have reported everything is okay in their reports.This scribe also visited various canals and distributaries, barrages regarding the desilting work, and witnessed that the departments concerned have carried out no proper work in this regard. Sources said the desilting of 30 waterways, canals and channels was not completed before June 15., and officials concerned are involved in embezzlements of over Rs500. A heavy bribe of millions of rupees has been paid to the inspection team officials for not disclosing reports to the higher authorities. Dr Jabbar Babar said that advance payments were made on account of development schemes of roads and water supply schemes but the projects have been left in the lurch. He said the CM’s inspection team had carried out inspection of the development schemes without experts of the departments concerned. He demanded Sindh Chief Minister’s inspection team chairman to take action against the team and ensure for proper inspection of development schemes.Talking to media, CM’s team leader Abdul Ghafoor Magsi said they had visited embankments at Larkana, Dadu, Khairpur, Thatta and other districts, and the reports would be submitted to competent authority soon. He said the team had also inspected roads, drainage and water supply schemes under the CM’s directives and the reports would soon be finalised.CM’s inspection team chairman Abdul Subhan Memon said that a stern action would be taken if any official was wound guilty of corruption.