|Seat of Government||Karachi|
|Speaker||Agha Siraj Durrani (PPP)|
|Members in Assembly||168|
|Governor||Agha Siraj Durani|
|Chief Minister||Murad Ali Shah (PPP)|
|Chief Secretary||Dr. Sohail Rajput|
|High Court||Sindh High Court|
|Chief Justice||Ahmed Ali Sheikh|
The Government of Sindh (Sindhi: حڪومت سنڌ) (Urdu: حکومت سندھ) is the provincial government of the province of Sindh, Pakistan. Its powers and structure are set out in the provisions of the 1973 Constitution, in which 30 Districts of 7 Divisions under its authority and jurisdiction.
The province's head is the Chief Secretary is appointed by the Prime Minister of Pakistan. The Chief Secretary of Sindh is usually a Grade 22 officer, belonging to the Pakistan Administrative Service.
The province is governed by a unicameral legislature with the head of government known as the Chief Minister. The Chief Minister, invariably a leader of a political party represented in the Assembly, selects members of the provincial Cabinet.
The Chief Secretary Sindh, as head of the provincial bureaucracy, is the boss of the province. The provincial Chief Secretary of Grade-22 is equivalent in rank to a Federal Secretary, is appointed by the Prime Minister of Pakistan. Under him comes the entire Government of Sindh.
Currently, there are only 5 Grade-21 Officers in the province.
|No.||Name of Officer||Posting||Service|
|1.||Mr. Muhammad Iqbal Memon||Commissioner Karachi Division||Pakistan Administrative Service (PAS)|
|2.||Baqaullah Unar||ACS/Senior Member Board of Revenue Sindh||Provincial Civil Service (ex-PCS)|
|3.||Mr. Muhammad Nawaz Shaikh||Chairman Enquiries & Anti-Corruption Establishment||Provincial Civil Service (ex-PCS)|
|4.||Makhdoom Shakeel-uz-Zaman||Chairman Chief Minister’s Inspection, Enquiries & Implementation Team||Provincial Civil Service (ex-PCS)|
|5.||Abdul Rasheed Solangi||Secretary Information Department||Provincial Civil Service (ex-PCS)|
|6.||Abdul Rahim Soomro||Secretary Culture, Tourism, Antiquities & Archives Department||Provincial Civil Service (ex-PCS)|
|7.||Syed Imtiaz Ali Shah||Member, Sindh Board of Revenue||Provincial Civil Service (ex-PCS)|
|8.||Saeed Ahmed Awan||Secretary Public Health Engineering & Rural Development epartment||Provincial Civil Service (ex-PCS)|
At the Ministerial level, each department is headed by a Provincial Secretary. The Secretary is in-charge of all workings of their department, and in most cases are the Principal Accounting Officers of their department. Provincial Secretaries are usually Grade-20 Officers. There may also be Grade-21 Secretaries, in cases where the post has not been upgraded by the Chief Minister to that of an Additional Chief Secretary.
Apart from the Ministerial level, the Government of Sindh exercises its powers and function through Divisions and Districts. The Commissioners are in-charge of Divisions while Deputy Commissioners are in-charge of Districts. Commissioners report directly to the Chief Secretary are responsibly for everything in their Divisions. There are 6 Divisions, namely; Karachi, Hyderabad, Sukkur, Larkana, Mirpurkhas, and Shaheed Benazirbad. Commissioners are usually Officers of the rank of Grade-20 while the Commissioner Karachi Division is of the Grade-21 rank, as Karachi Division is the most important Division in all of Pakistan.
|Top Executive Offices||Name's of Officials||Service/Party||Rank|
|Chief Minister||Syed Murad Ali Shah||Pakistan People's Party||None|
|Chief Secretary||Dr. Sohail Rajput||PAS||BS-22|
|Chairman Enquiries & Anti-Corruption Establishment||Muhammad Nawaz Shaikh||PSS||BS-21|
|Chairman Planning and Development Board||Syed Hassan Naqvi||PAS||BS-20|
|Commissioner Karachi Division||Muhammad Iqbal Memon||PAS||BS-21|
|Secretary Finance Department||Asif Jahangir||PSS||BS-20|
Ministry level departments are usually headed by a Secretary who reports to the Chief Secretary and Chief Minister. The number of ministers in the cabinet is fixed, so a single minister can have multiple portfolios.