PM Fund for Hyderabad to help restore its glory: Governor Sindh
KARACHI (APP): Development funds worth Rs.500 million for Hyderabad announced by Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif will significantly help in restoring its glory, Governor of Sindh, Muhammad Zubair said here on Wednesday.
Talking to a delegation of Hyderabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry (HCCI), led by Senator Rahila Magsi, he said Hyderabad, the second major city of Sindh, holds its own identity that needed to be revived.
"Government is fully conscious of the problems currently faced by its residents and firmly believe that proper planning can resolve these efficiently," the governor said.
As per PM Nawaz Sharif's vision a multi-pronged approach is being adopted for the cause, the Governor of Sindh said.
"Consequently long pending demand of university for this historical city has been accepted by PM while equal attention is being paid towards its infrastructure development," he said.
MNA Wasim Hussain, MPA Sabir Hussain Qaimkhani and Principal Secretary, Muhammad Swaleh Farooqui were also present during the meeting between Governor and the HCCI delegation.
The delegation itself included Amin Khatri, Engineer Rehmatullah Sand, Sikander Ali Rajput, Haji Muhammad Yaqoob, Saleem uddin Qureishi, Muhammad Akram Ansari, Daulat Ram and others.
Governor of Sindh assured the delegation that FBR, SITE Ltd, Environmental Protection Agency and other government agencies will extend all relevant assistance and cooperation to the traders and industrialists belonging to Hyderabad.
The HCCI delegation expressed their gratitude to the Sindh Governor for his interest in the matters related to Hyderabad.