KARACHI: President of Pakistan Dr Arif Alvi said on Monday that the participation of all the political representatives of Sindh was imperative to resolve the problems of the people.
According to the details, The Federal Government also wanted to take along all the stakeholders for the purpose and it had launched several public welfare projects in the province, he said during a meeting with Sindh Governor Imran Ismail here at the Governor House.
They discussed the Federal Government-funded development projects for Sindh, measures to stabilize the economy and other issues of vital importance. Implementation of priority projects to address public issues also came under discussion.
The Sindh governor on the occasion said the development and prosperity of the Sindh people was among the priorities of Prime Minister Imran Khan.
The issues being faced by the province could be resolved through talks, he added.
Earlier on Tuesday, President Dr Arif Alvi said, terming scouts as ‘first physical and knowledgeable tier’ of a society, said the volunteer youth force could significantly transform a nation by developing its civic sense at grassroots level.
According to the sources of APP, In his address after taking oath as Chief Scout of Pakistan at Aiwan-e-Sadr, President Alvi said scouts had the potential to play constructive role in areas including sensitizing people on literacy, hygiene, fighting corruption and controlling fake news with an objective of betterment of community.
President Dr Alvi was administered oath and awarded a distinctive scout scarf by Chief Commissioner Pakistan Boy Scouts Association Sarfaraz Qamar Daha at a ceremony, attended by young and senior scouts, representing two million of their fellow members from across the country.