ISLAMABAD: A delegation of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) met Prime Minister Imran Khan.
Federal Minister for Information Technology and Telecommunication Syed Amin ul Haq and members of National Assembly Iqbal Muhammad Ali Khan, Salahuddin, Usman Qadri and Sabir Hussain Qaim khani were also present in the meeting held at the Prime Minister’s House.
The overall situation of Sindh province, public issues related to Karachi, Hyderabad and inner Sindh were discussed during the meeting while development projects, alliance issues between Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) were also discussed.
The delegation appreciated the Prime Minister’s vision for the prevention of Corona and providing relief to the people and said that the MQM fully supports the government’s efforts for the prevention and relief of Corona and will continue its full cooperation in this regard.
The delegation apprised the Prime Minister of the development needs of Karachi, the need to empower local governments and other issues.
Talking to the delegation, Prime Minister Imran Khan said that the problems of the people of Sindh have been ignored in the past.
He said that the development of the country is related to the construction and development of Karachi.
Talking about government policies regarding Corona, the Prime Minister said that our first priority is to provide facilities to the poor people but it has been our misfortune to focus on the elite and a certain class instead of the common man in the past. Tax policy has been formulated.
The Prime Minister expressed his commitment that the Federal Government would play its full role in the development of Sindh Province and especially Karachi.