Sindh caretaker CM, cabinet members meet Governor Tessori

KARACHI-Sindh Caretaker Chief Minister Justice (retd) Maqbool Baqer and members of the provincial caretaker cabinet held a meeting with Sindh Governor Kamran Khan Tessori on Saturday at Governor House. In the meeting, the development plans for Sindh by the federal government, measures taken to improve the economic and the overall political situation came under discussion. They also discussed priority measures for solving the problems of the people and other matters of mutual interest. The caretaker provincial ministers included Brigadier (retd) Haris Nawaz, Mubeen Jumani, Ishwar Lal, Muhammad Younis Dhaga, Dr. Saad Khalid Niaz, Khuda Bakhsh Marri, Dr. Rana Hussain, Dr. Junaid Shah, Umar Soomro and Arshad Wali Muhammad.
Sindh Governor Kamran Khan Tessori, on Saturday, stressed on the need of expansion of bilateral relations between Pakistan and Malaysia particularly in fields of education, health and science and technology. He expressed the views while talking to Consul General of Malaysia Herman Hardynata Bin Ahmad who called on Sindh Governor here at Governor House Karachi. Pakistan-Malaysia relations, measures to further enhance the bilateral ties, exchange of delegations in various sectors and other issues of mutual interest were discussed in the meeting. Governor Sindh speaking at the occasion said that relations of Pakistan and Malaysia spanned over many decades and both the countries were linked in the eternal bond of Islamic brotherhood. Kamran Khan Tessori said that there was a huge potential of Pak-Malaysia mutual cooperation in education, health, science and technology and other sectors. The Malaysian Envoy lauded the Sindh Governor’s vision for public welfare and said that the Sindh Governor’s IT program was a commendable effort for providing the youth a decent source of livelihood. On the occasion, the Malaysian CG viewed artifacts and items used by the father of the nation Muhammad Ali Jinnah. He also rang the bell of hope installed at the Governor House for listening to grievances of the public. He also reviewed the distribution of food rations in deserving people under the “Taqatwar Pakistan” initiative.

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