Chief Minister Sindh says bilateral trade to enhance business and investment activities

Sameer Nazir
KARACHI:
The Chief Minister Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah and Ambassador of Islamic Republic of Iran Mr. Rasool Islami during their meeting held at C.M House Karachi today agreed to enhance investment and bilateral trade volume and bring chamber of commerce & industries Karachi and Tahran more closer. The Chief Minister Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah while talking to the Ambassador of Islamic Republic Iran, who alongwith the consul general Iran Mehdi Subhani at Karachi and other diplomats called on him at C.M House Karachi, said that the Sindh is growing/producing comparatively more and good quality of rice and we can enhance its volume of export to Iran in exchange of importing energy to meet out our requirements. Similarly Sindh has good potential of investment specially in energy sector and invited Iranians investors to avail these opportunities for which Sindh Govt to provide land and other facilities to them. The Chief Minister Sindh said that Sindh has a wind corridors from 40 to 45 K.M, where Iran-Pak wind power limited was already working to establish 50 MW wind power project but we are eager to allot more land to other Irranian investors for more investments in Wind energy sector. Appreciating, the Iranian Govt support and services of Consul General Iran Mr. Mehdi Sobhani for development of infrastructure specially in the field of Health and Education, The Chief Minister Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah said that we need more deliberations co-ordination to bring progress in economic and social sector in the interest of people both side. The Chief Minister Sindh said that we have the historical, close, brotherely relations with Iran with similarities in many fields. He said that It is important that our bileteral relations should be cemented further.
The Ambassador Islamic Republic Iran Mr. Rasool Islami, while participating in deliberations said that he and people of country consider people of Pakistan and specially Sindh as their brother. He said due to similerties in relegion, culture and literature, people of Iran like the Allama Iqbal, while the people of Pakistan/Sindh like poets/writers of Iran. He said that Iranian companies were more inclined to invest here in Sindh, where as Iranian Traders interested to import Pakistani Rice, Wheat and Meat and the Iranian Govt to encourage them. He said that we want to co-ordination in different fields to enhance the bilateral Trade volume. Re calling his meetings with Shaheed Muhtarma Banazir Bhutto in the past, The Iranian Ambassador lauded her political achievements and gesture toward people of Iran. He said that It was because of good understanding with PPP, his Govt had inked the Agreement of Gas pipe line with Pakistan and hoped that by virtue of our confident and good brotherly relations we to achieve lot from the people both side. The Principle Secretary Mr. Allumdin Bullo was also present on this occasion.

CM constitutes 2-member commission on Thar situation.

‎Sameer Nazir
KARACHI:
Sindh Chief Minister Syed. Qaim Ali Shah has constituted a two-member Commission to probe into the situation of Tharparkar.
The Sindh Chief Minister keeping in view the situation in Thar has constituted a two-member Commission to probe into the Thar situation and report within 30 days.
The commission comprises Justice (rtd) Ghulam Sarwar Korai as its chairman and retired District & Session Judge Mr Arjun Ram k. Talreja as member.
The Terms Of Reference (ToR) of the commission are to inquire into the causes of the situation; response of the administration to handle the situation; fixing the responsibility and to suggest remedial measures.
Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah had chaired an special meeting on Friday and thoroughly discussed the situation in Thar and relief efforts his government has taken and it’s impact on the lives of the people living there.
In the light that meeting the chief minister constituted a two-member commission to probe into the situation in Thar.

Sameer Nazir
KARACHI:
Sindh Chief Minister Syed. Qaim Ali Shah has constituted a two-member Commission to probe into the situation of Tharparkar.
The Sindh Chief Minister keeping in view the situation in Thar has constituted a two-member Commission to probe into the Thar situation and report within 30 days.
The commission comprises Justice (rtd) Ghulam Sarwar Korai as its chairman and retired District & Session Judge Mr Arjun Ram k. Talreja as member.
The Terms Of Reference (ToR) of the commission are to inquire into the causes of the situation; response of the administration to handle the situation; fixing the responsibility and to suggest remedial measures.
Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah had chaired an special meeting on Friday and thoroughly discussed the situation in Thar and relief efforts his government has taken and it’s impact on the lives of the people living there.
In the light that meeting the chief minister constituted a two-member commission to probe into the situation in Thar.