KARACHI - Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah has termed the ongoing sugar crisis as artificial and said that Sindh government would ensure the implementation of Supreme Court verdict on sugar rates and its availability in the market. Talking to media men at the inauguration ceremony of one-window service system for pensioners at the Accountant General Office here on Monday, the CM said that sugarcane-crushing season in the province would begin before November 15, adding that the hoarders and profiteers would face losses since the sugar will soon be available in the market. He said that terrorists had started guerrilla war for which the nation should unite and foil the activities of terrorists, adding that Sindh government had prepared comprehensive strategy to deal with these scoundrels. Replying to a question about National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO), Qaim Ali Shah said political leaders across the board and not one person was the beneficiary of it. He said that he was very happy to see that government servants were getting their due rights and it was a historic moment that we were entering into electronic system leaving behind the manual system. He said that image of Sindh would be improved with the opening on one-window system for pensioners. The Chief Minister also announced rewards worth of Rs100, 000/- for Nadeem Qasim, an employee of Sindh government, for preparing a latest software used in pensioners facilitation centre. Controllers General Accounts Masood Zafar and Accountant General Sindh Eijaz Ali Pirzada brief the CM about their department.