PM Imran Khan held important meetings in Karachi
KARACHI - Prime Minister Imran Khan has said resolution of Karachi's problems is responsibility of the Sindh Government, but the Federal Government is too contributing from its own resources to resolve these issues in view of public welfare.
He was talking to PTI members of the Sindh Assembly in Karachi today.
Imran Khan has said federal government is fully aware of water, transport, waste management and other issues being faced by the residents of Karachi.
He said Karachi is economic hub of Pakistan, but it is unfortunate that the people and issues of the metropolitan were ignored in the past.
The Prime Minister said local government system will be helpful in resolution of Karachi's problems.
He said his government inherited the current account deficit of the history, but now economic situation has improved a lot.
He said poor economic condition of Sindh is a result of corruption.
Imran Khan directed the federal ministers to intensify their interactions with lawmakers hailing from Karachi.
Planning Minister Khusro Bakhtiyar briefed members of the Sindh Assembly about the development projects being completed and to be accomplished by the Federal Government.
Governor Sindh, on behalf of the federation, assured that K-4 project will be completed at all costs.
The lawmakers also apprised the Prime Minister about various problems of their respective constituencies.