Prime Minister Imran Khan held a meeting with Chief Minister of Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah here at the Governor House.
According to the details, Prime Minister Imran Khan and Chief Minister of Sindh have agreed to replace IG Kalim Imam and agreed on Mushtaq Mehar as new Sindh IGP.
Prime Minister accepted the demand for immediate replacement of IG Sindh Kaleem Imam, while Sindh Governor Imran Ismail was also present during the meeting.
The meeting also discussed the law and order situation in the province and the issue of IG Sindh, Chief Minister Sindh informed about the concerns regarding IG.
Murad Ali Shah pointed to the decisions and reservations of the Sindh cabinet and said that differences and uncertainties cause problems.
Prime Minsiter Imran Khan landed in Karachi earlier today.
During his daylong visit, the prime minister would distribute cheques under the Kamyab Jawan Programme in a ceremony as the chief guest.
He would also attend a ceremony for the fund-raising of Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital (SKMH).
The prime minister, during his Lahore visit, held a one-on-one meeting with Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar as well as separately met party MNAs and MPAs at chief minister’s secretariat.
PM Imran Khan also directed the Punjab government to get ready and hold village council elections in the first phase.
The Punjab government has already given its consent to the Election Commission of Pakistan regarding the plan to hold the local government elections, at least village council elections in the first phase.
The PM said “Local government elections will actually help resolve masses’ problems at grassroots level.”
The prime minister directed the provincial ministers to ensure good governance in their respective ministries besides resolving public issues at brisk pace.
“The Punjab government should not leave any stone unturned while giving relief to the masses,” he added.
Mr Khan reiterated that the country stuck in the quagmire of massive debt and facing phenomenon deficit when the PTI government had taken over.
“Now the country’s economy has been stabilised and it’s heading in the right direction,” he said, adding that the world at large had started seeing Pakistan as an attractive destination for investment.