Federal to support new projects of Sindh govt: Governor Ismail


By Shakil Paracha

KARACHI: Governor Sindh Imran Ismail yesterday said Pakistan is blessed with all the rich mineral resources and start new projects to get benefit from these, while the Federal government would give full support to the Sindh government in this regard.

The Governor said this while addressing the business community at the Korangi Association of Trade Industry, said a statement.

He informed that Prime Minister Imran Khan is soon going to present first 100 days report and would comprehensively take nation in confidence regarding his government’s plan for the future.

On the occasion, Patron-in-Chief of KATI S.M Muneer, President KATI Danish Khan, Senior Vice President KATI Faraz-ur-Rehman, Chairman &

CEO KITE Zubair Chhaya, Senator Abdul Haseeb Khan and FPCCI Vice

President Zahid Saeed also spoke during the meeting. Vice President KATI Maheen Salman, renowned businessman Aqeel Karim Dhedhi, Gulzar Firoz, Zain Bashir, Masood Naqi, Johar Ali Qandhari, Hanif Gohar, Farhan ur Rehman, DC Korangi Ms. Quratulain and others were also present. Governor Sindh Imran Ismail viewed that according to the World Bank Report, there has not been a single percent increase in exports of Pakistan during the last five years.

However, our imports have jumped to staggering increase of seven percent during the same period, he added. The Governor highlighted that there are lots of expectations of the people from the PTI-led government as they have been advocating for change during their 22 years of struggle.


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