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In a heartwarming gesture, Sindh Governor Kamran Tesori commended the commendable efforts of Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and Finance Minister Ishaq Dar in safeguarding the nation and steering it away from the brink of default.
Speaking to the media, Governor Tesori expressed his delight after warmly receiving Hajj pilgrims returning to Karachi from Saudi Arabia, marking the conclusion of their spiritual voyage.
Amidst a jubilant atmosphere, the governor extended a warm welcome to the pilgrims, adorning them with beautiful flower garlands and personally conveying his heartfelt congratulations. Moved by their devotion, the pilgrims shared that they had fervently prayed for the safety and prosperity of Pakistan.
In a statement, the Governor of Sindh emphasised the pivotal roles of Shehbaz Sharif and Ishaq Dar in preventing Pakistan from defaulting. He stressed the importance of collective support to safeguard the nation from further humiliation.
Highlighting the need for financial prudence, he expressed his desire for the recent IMF loan to be the final one for the country. With the blessings of the pilgrims, he exuded confidence that Pakistan would overcome all challenges and flourish.
Tessori, acknowledging Pakistan’s resilience amidst past incidents and the threat of default, declared the failure of those who conspired to divide the nation. He expressed unwavering belief in Pakistan’s strength and its ability to thwart such attempts.
Governor Sindh proudly stated that over 100,000 individuals in Sindh have benefitted from IT courses. Additionally, during the Eid festivities, 30,000 people registered for rations at the Governor’s House.
Furthermore, he disclosed that 20,000 individuals have already received their rations, with plans to provide for an additional 10,000. Moreover, the governor pledged to distribute health insurance cards and motorcycles as part of their efforts.
In order to empower the youth of Karachi and Sindh, Governor Sindh revealed that a request has been made to the federal IT Minister Aminul Haque to allocate 100,000 laptops.
When questioned about the performance of the Karachi Mayor, the governor admitted that the cleanliness drive was not executed as expected. While acknowledging the cleanliness of major roads, he expressed concern about reports from the media regarding cleanliness lapses on Jamshed Road, Jahangir Road, and other areas.
The governor shared that staff members were called in on the second and third day of Eid to address the delayed cleaning, prompted by complaints received at the Governor’s House.
Refusing to engage in a public discourse with the Mayor, he declared his intention to have direct conversations with Bilawal Bhutto, Asif Zardari, and the Chief Minister to address the issue.
Regarding K-Electric, the governor emphasised the necessity of providing relief to customers in Karachi. He called for a waiver of electricity bills for a period of two to three months, warning that the administration of the power utility should be held accountable if they fail to comply.
While acknowledging the assurances from K-Electric management to improve power services, he highlighted the issue of customers not paying their bills. He urged consumers to fulfil their payment obligations promptly to facilitate the enhancement of services.
Lastly, he revealed that MQM-P leader Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui has submitted complaints from more than 40 businessmen regarding land and property disputes.