Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi said on Sunday that the federal government would continue assisting efforts for progress and uplift in Sindh, particularly focusing on development projects in Karachi.
The prime minister expressed these views during a meeting with Sindh Governor Muhammad Zubair at the Governor's House in Karachi.
The PM and the governor discussed the law and order situation and the progress of the federal government’s projects in the province.
Abbasi said Karachi was jugular vein of the country being the hub of its economic activities.
"The federal government is implementing its vision of uniform development and prosperity in the entire country," he added.
"The government's priority is to the protect the lives and properties of the citizens and provide them with all facilities."
The Sindh governor said a sustained increase in economic, trade, business, social and cultural activities was being witnessed in Karachi after the restoration of peace in the metropolis.
He informed the prime minister that consultations on the development of the province were under way with all stakeholders, including political and religious parties, industrialists and businessmen.
He said the completion of development schemes in the province with the assistance of the federal government would help raise the living standards of its residents.
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