Citing the country’s political situation, the federal government agreed to speed up trust-building steps with its coalition partners and commissioned Jahangir Tareen to contact the leadership.
According to source, Prime Minister Imran Khan has given PTI’s central leader Jahangir Tareen a special task a delegation led by him will continue contacts with leadership of the coalition political parties.
With the leadership pf Muttahida Qaumi Movement Pakistan (MQM-P), Pakistan Muslim League Quaid (PML-Q), Grand Democratic Alliance (GDA) and Balochistan National Party Mengal (BNP-M), the move is being taken to speed up trust-building measures.
The sources added that Tareen will also hold meetings with Nawabzada Shahzain Bugti and other coalition partners in Balochistan.
It has been agreed to include the coalition political parties in the development project consultation process, and the federal government would trust the representatives of the Sindh province.
PM Khan issued special instructions for expediting work on development projects in Karachi and ordered to propose new development schemes after consulting the partners.
The Center will also consider the recommendations to be made by Sindh’s ruling party’s National Assembly (NA) lawmakers.
Sources revealed that the federal government is planning to install 100 new Reverse Osmosis (RO) plants in Karachi and establishment of 10 mobile medical units.
Earlier on December 6, the members of Sindh coalition partners had met Prime Minister Imran Khan where they apprised the premier regarding the public issues and development projects.