PM Imran Khan postpones Sindh visit
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Prime Minister Imran Khan (PM) on Friday postponed his scheduled two-day visit to Sindh.
The prime minister was scheduled to pay a visit to the province from Jan 26 to 27 to hold meetings with Sindh’s key political figures. Federal ministers will now visit Karachi instead of the premier.
Minister for Railways Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed is already in Karachi while Minister for Water Resources Faisal Vawda and Maritime Affairs Minister Ali Zaidi will arrive in the city tonight. The three ministers will hold a meeting at the Governor House, Sindh to discuss the Karachi package and political matters.
Earlier, PM Imran Khan set to visit Sindh for one-day official visit on January 25.After finalizing the schedule of the prime minister, Grand Democratic Alliance’s (GDA) leaders called a meeting in Ghotki. However, GDA MPA Ali Gohar Khan Mahar has invited PM Imran Khan for a visit.
Earlier, the PTI had decided to increase political pressure on Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah for his resignation after his name was added to the exit control list (ECL).
PM, Fawad Ch discuss Sindh tour
Earlier on December 31, PM Khan called on Minister for Information and Broadcasting Fawad Chaudhry. They discussed the coming tour to Sindh. Fawad Ch briefed the prime minister about the links with the government allies in Sindh.
Federal Minister for Information Fawad Chaudhary visited Karachi for a two-day visit.
As per reports, the minister held consultative meetings with influential politicians concerning the current political uncertainty in Pakistan over rifts amongst several political parties.