KARACHI: Prime Minister Sindh Murad Ali Shah went to meet on Tuesday with the co-president of the People’s Party of Pakistan (PPP) Asif Ali Zardari and reported on his meeting with Prime Minister Imran Khan, reported ARY News.
CM Sindh Murad Ali Shah and the former president of Pakistan discussed the prevailing relations between the federal and provincial governments.
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Asif Zardari ordered the Chief Minister to increase the pace of ongoing development projects in the province and finish them with priority.
Sindh’s Prime Minister, Syed Murad Ali Shah, visited Prime Minister Imran Khan yesterday at the Governor’s House in Karachi.
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According to sources, the meeting discussed issues related to development projects and financial issues. CM Murad Ali Shah informed Prime Minister Khan about ongoing development projects in the province, especially in Karachi.
CM Murad asked Prime Minister Imran Khan to eliminate the current provincial provincial inspector general Kaleem Imam, sources said.
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At the meeting, Prime Minister Imran and CM Murad reached a consensus on the replacement of Sindh IGP. The governor of Sindh, Imran Ismail, also supported the decision to eliminate the IGP.
The governor of Sindh, Imran Ismail, informed Prime Minister Imran Khan about the K-4 water project, the completion of the Green Bus Line Project and other ongoing development projects in Karachi.