Governor Sindh calls on PM Imran in Islamabad

ISLAMABAD: Governor Sindh Imran Ismail on Monday called on Prime Minister Imran Khan and discussed political and overall situation of the province as well as the COVID-19.
The crash of Pakistan International Airlines passenger plane in Karachi also came under discussion during the meeting.
The governor, while congratulating the prime minister for record reduction in petroleum prices, said the government’s decision would provide satisfactory relief to the people.
The prime minister appreciated the efforts of Sindh governor for the resolution of people’s problems of the province.
He said that the incumbent government was taking measure steps to facilitate the masses, adding that projects launched for the welfare of people are the manifestation of this fact.
PM stressed the need for participation of all political stakeholders to address people’s problems. On the occasion, Prime Minister Imran Khan asserted that the development of Karachi is directly related to development of Pakistan.
PM Imran assured that the federal government was making all-out efforts to play its role regarding development needs of Karachi, adding that the solutions of problems of Karachi will be addressed.
In this regard, PM Imran directed Imran Ismail to prepare a comprehensive plan for other development projects in Karachi.
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