Sindh governor opens 35th Lifestyle Furniture Exhibition
KARACHI: Sindh Governor Imran Ismail on Friday inaugurated the 35th Lifestyle Furniture Exhibition, a statement said.
The three-day exhibition is being held in two halls of the Karachi Expo Centre, it added.
Speaking on the occasion, Ismail said the Covid-19 pandemic has shaken the economies across the globe, and inflation spiked in the developed countries. However, Pakistan remained least affected.
“Our furniture industry has developed significantly, compared with the past. [The] PTI government is striving to address the basic problems of the industrial sector on priority.”
Traditional Pakistani furniture designs with purling and engraving was in high demand in the world, while the furniture makers had also mastered in new and simple designs, he added.
The governor appreciated the organisers of the event, including Zara Faisal, Faisal Mohsin, Adnan Afzal, Madiha Adnan and their team for holding such an event in the current situation.
“It is our responsibility to give our 100 per cent for the development and betterment of Karachi, which is the economical hub of the country.”
Talking about Green Line, the Sindh governor said 40 more buses have arrived, and the service would be launched to facilitate the public.
The federal government was quite sincere in resolving the problems of Karachi and Sindh with practical measures, and not mere lip service, he added.
Lifestyle Furniture Exhibition director Zara Faisal apprised the governor about the exhibitions held across the country.
Later Zara Faisal and Faisal Mohsin informed the media about the challenges, including social distancing and implementation of other SOPs.
Adnan Faisal said the citizens of Karachi had always appreciated good activities and participated in such events.
Over 50 exhibitors are showcasing their products, while the visitors evinced great interest in the locally- made furniture and offered discount deals.
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