KARACHI - Chief Minister Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah on Tuesday said that the communication system particularly the roads play pivotal role for the development of every country. It is our endeavour to not only maintain the available road structure but also to construct new roads in the province. Presiding over a high level meeting to review the progress of projects held at the CM House, he stressed the need to pay full attention towards the construction of roads in the province aimed at providing the communication facility to the people particularly belonging from the far-flung areas. Qaim further directed that the limits of roads, fixed for MPAs which were decided by the parliamentary party, must be adhered in letter and spirit. He said that formalities for initiating the road schemes should be fulfilled and the schemes must be completed within the stipulated time with proper quality. He was of the view that funds required will be provided but the projects should be completed before the end of the financial year. Earlier, Sindh Minister for Works & Services Manzoor Wasan and Sindh Secretary for Works & Services gave the briefing about various schemes under road sector in the province. They informed that total 750kms of roads would be constructed and improved in the province with a cost of Rs600 million. The meeting was informed that during the year 2008-09, there were 589 schemes, out of which 227 new schemes were initiated by the present provincial government, which were remain continued during the current financial year. It was further informed that to accommodate MPAs/MNAs of Sindh, 600kms of roads were proposed against 750kms.