Prime Minister Imran Khan has ordered concerned authorities to ensure timely completion of the federally funded development projects in Sindh.
He issued the directions during a briefing given to him on Sindh Development Package, in Karachi. Radio Pakistan stated.
Concerned authorities informed the Prime Minister that the federal government has released the whole amount of funds allocated for Sindh Development Package for the current fiscal year.
He was further informed that the first phase of Green Line Project has been completed. However, the operational phase of the project would be presented before the Executive Committee of the National Economic Council for approval.
The meeting was told that filtration plants and projects of hospitals for Thar will be completed soon.
Leading personalities of the business community of Karachi and a delegation of traders called on Prime Minister Imran Khan in Karachi.
During the meeting, views were exchanged on matters pertaining to the business community.
Speaking on the occasion, the Prime Minister said government is focusing on provision of conducive environment for business community.
He said economic indicators are moving in the right direction and international institutions including Moody’s has declared economic situation of Pakistan as stable.
Later, talking to a delegation of members of national and provincial assemblies belonging to Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, the Prime Minister said government aims to serve and protect the poor people.
He directed the elected representatives to address the issues of general public in their constituencies.
Earlier today, the Prime Minister said in his speech at a ceremony held in Peshawar that the government is facing hurdles in implementing reforms in all sectors including bringing automation in FBR and tax collection.
The government is creating environment for overseas Pakistanis to invest in the country, PM Imran said.
He urged the overseas doctors to raise voice across the globe against the Indian brutalities in occupied Kashmir.