Prime Minister Imran Khan is confident the masses will witness a visible change in all sectors within a few months, Radio Pakistan reported.
The premier expressed the thought on Tuesday in a meeting at the Prime Minister Office (PM) with a delegation of parliamentarians from Karachi led by Sindh Governor Imran Ismail.
PM Imran pondered that the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government had taken reign of the country at a difficult juncture but he was certain the government will take all steps to resolve people’s problems.
The PTI chief urged parliamentarians to liaise with the common man to resolve their issues.
Meanwhile, Governor Ismail briefed the premier on the progress of PTI’s Karachi Package. Minister for Maritime Ali Zaid elaborated on the measures taken to combat water and transport issues in the port city. Matters pertaining to job creation for Karachiites were also discussed.
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In his maiden visit to the city of lights after assuming charge as prime minister, Imran had expressed concerns over the water issue faced by Karachi citizens and emphasised on enhanced coordination between federal and provincial governments for co-funded projects.
PM Imran reviewed the pace of development projects under the federal government’s Karachi package and held separate meetings with the governor and chief minister.
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