MULTAN-The project to set up a computerised call and complaint centre for monitoring the performance of all departments of district government is in final phases and it will become functional within next few days. The Punjab Government is going to set up these centres in five big cities of the province including Multan, Lahore, Faisalabad, Rawalpindi and Gujranwala. Sources said that the motive behind establishing these centres is to facilitate the citizens to lodge their complaints against different departments of district government through phone calls, emails, SMS and MMS.Meanwhile, talking to a delegation of citizens, the DCO Multan Syed Gulzar Hussain Shah said that the system would contain the details of all departments of district government, all roads of Multan district, by-laws, categories, status of different housing schemes and details of all other departments including transport, education and health. He said that a toll free number had also been acquired for the centre and it would soon be inspects on-going uplift: An inspection team led by the Punjab Anti-Corruption Director General inspected various development projects being executed in the city following Punjab CM Shahbaz Sharif orders regarding inquiry into the alleged irregularities and use of substandard material in the projects. In compliance with the CM directives, the team headed by Punjab Anti-Corruption Director General Abid Javed along with Secretary Education Abdul Jabbar Shaheen, Sargodha DCO Tariq Mehmood, ADC Nazar Abbas and TMO Majeebur Rehman Shami visited and inspected pace of work on under construction Sargodha-Lahore Road, New Satellite water supply scheme, main sewerage line of Istaqlal Abad Colony, PCC pipeline of Satellite Town and other projects. The Punjab CM took the action on the complaint of MNA Hamid Hameed in which he pinpointed that substandard material had been used besides severe irregularities in the construction of mega city project.