Prime Minister Imran Khan arrived in Karachi on Monday afternoon for a day-long visit.
During a meeting with PTI MPAs, he remarked that the Sindh government is responsible for solving Karachi’s problems but that doesn’t mean that the federal government shouldn’t do anything. “We have to try to improve the situation,” he said.
The MPAs even expressed their concerns that the Sindh government hasn’t been listening to them because of which they are not being able to perform. The premier, however, assured them to not be scared and focus on their work. “The PTI government isn’t going anywhere,” he assured them.
Later on, he held a meeting with MQM representatives. They asked the government to take notice of Science Minister Fawad Chaudhry’s recent statements and solve the missing person issues.
A delegation of an urban transport company will also call on the premier to discuss the transportation issues in Karachi.
Later in the day, he will inaugurate a 1320 megawatt China Hub Power Plant in Hub.