KARACHI - Sindh Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah has said that the Sindh government is committed to improve the law and order situation to revive the commercial and industrial activities particularly in Karachi and generally in Sindh.The CM visited the Karachi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI) and exchanged views with KCCI President Mian Abrar Ahmad on law and order situation and commercial and industrial activities in the City here on Thursday.  THE chief minister said owing to security measures and efforts, the situation was getting better. Earlier, the Sindh chief minister paid surprise visits to various markets located in old city area and MA Jinnah Road.The KCCI president lauded the CM for his visit to the markets and asserted upon need of executing concrete safety security measures with visible results.Upon invitation and request by the KCCI president, Qaim also expressed his consent to inaugurate KCCI’s My-Karachi Exhibition scheduled to be organised from July13-15 at Karachi Expo Centre.President KCCI Mian Abrar Ahmad also apprised the CM about successful visit of Karachi Chamber’s delegation to USA under his lead. He stated that the KCCI delegation met important dignitaries of US State Department and other organisations whereby he lobbied that Pakistan do not want aid but trade and market access.In a meeting with the USAID officials, to enhance Pak-US bilateral trade he also gave a unique concept of “Aid for Trade”. He informed Qaim Ali Shah that the KCCI delegation also urged the USAID to prepare developmental and investment plan in marble sector and granite sector particularly in Sindh.He said that the KCCI delegation also shunned biased perception of Pakistan being depicted by some foreign media and portrayed real and true image of Pakistan with all its strength. Viewpoints was also given on energy, Pakistan-Iran gas pipeline project and signing of Pak-US Bilateral Investment Treaty following by PAK-US FTA.‘Edu Dept to be made corruption free’: The Sindh Education Department be cleansed of corruption. This stated by the Sindh Minister for Education and literacy, Pir Mazharul Haq. He was presiding over a meeting of the officials of the Department on Tuesday.The Minister directed that action be initiated against those officers found involved in corrupt practices. He also called for taking steps against those officers against whom there were complaints. Pir Mazhar said that elimination of corruption from the Education Department was his priority.  He further pointed out that steps are being taken for enhancing the academic standard.The minister also asked the members of the civil society to identify the black sheeps in the education Department so that action could be initiated against such elements.