Imran Khan, Murad Ali Shah agree on appointing new IGP
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has agreed with Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah on appointing inspector general of police from the three names recommended by CM Murad in this regard.
Sources said Imran Khan and Murad Ali Shah have agreed to address the political rift between the centre and the province. They also agreed to jointly work for the development of the province and on national affairs.
Murad Ali Shah called on Prime Minister Imran Khan at the Governor House in Karachi. Governor Sindh Imran Ismail was also present on the occasion.
Separately, while talking to a delegation of important figures from Qatar of Pakistani origin, led by renowned businessman Arif Habib in Islamabad, PM Imran said providing promising environment and facilitation to business community and investors for lucrative businesses was the top priority of the incumbent government.
The prime minister said international investors were flocking towards Pakistan due to business friendly economic policies, stability and ease of doing business in the country.
Terming overseas Pakistanis as biggest asset of the nation, the prime minister said the workers sent valuable remittances to home to run the wheel of the economy.
Imran Khan said our youth and especially educated and skilled workforce needs special attention and government has launched an important programme to make them skilled and employed.
He said Pakistani workforce has played a key role in Qatar’s development and prosperity.