ISLAMABAD: Special Assistant to the Prime Minister of Information and Broadcasting, Dr. Firdous Ashiq Awan has said that the federal government was committed to the development of Sindh Province and has offered all possible assistance to the provincial government in this regard.
At a press conference in Islamabad on Monday, he said Karachi is the country’s commercial center and that the prime minister was having a keen interest in its development, Radio Pakistan reported.
He said that the visit of the Prime Minister to Karachi, Imran, was important, where he was received by Sindh’s Prime Minister, Murad Ali Shah, at the airport, which was a positive development to strengthen democracy in the country.
“This is a good sign for the nation that all political parties will play their role in the development and prosperity of Pakistan as long as they remain within their constitutional limits.”
The government is establishing special economic and industrial zones, where all possible facilities will be provided to industrials established abroad, ”he added.
He said that during his meeting with the Prime Minister of Sindh, the Prime Minister discussed development projects in Karachi, for which the federal government had already allocated Rs162 billion.
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Dr. Firdous said that under the Prime Minister Kamyab Jawan Program, a large number of commercial loans would be granted to Sindh’s youth, which would not only end their sense of deprivation but also help them to participate actively in development. from the country.