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MPs from Sindh, Punjab, Balochistan meet PM; discuss development works

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Islamabad: Members of the National Assembly of Punjab, Sindh, and Balochistan visited Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday and discussed matters related to development work in their respective constituencies.

Those who visited the Prime Minister from Punjab included MNA Shaukat Ali Bhatti, former MPs Mahdi Hassan Bhatti and MPA Khalid Gujjar.

During the meeting, they appointed the prime ministers of the ongoing development projects of Hafizabad and Ravind as prime ministers.

MNA Nasrullah Dareshak and Ali Raza Dareshak also met with the Prime Minister separately and discussed the positive impact of the measures taken by the government to promote development projects in Southern Punjab and their respective constituencies.

At the same time, the Balochistan MNA, including Mohamed Khan Jamali and Munawarra Bibi Baroch, also met with the prime minister and discussed the process of large-scale development. This is the province’s special attention Part of the rise.

The special assistant to the prime minister and chief Amir Dogar, who is in charge of political affairs, also participated in the meeting.

On the other hand, Malik Amir Dogal, Special Assistant to the Prime Minister for Political Affairs, Atala Khan, Fahem Khan, Aftab Jahangir, Aslam of the Multinational Authority Khan and Captain Jameel Khan also attended the meeting.

Besides a detailed discussion on the problems of Karachi, the meeting also reviewed the progress of ongoing federal government projects in the provincial metropolis.

Leader of the Opposition in Sindh Assembly Haleem Adil Sheikh and Members of the National Assembly Muhammad Iqbal Afridi and Sajida Begum also called on Prime Minister Imran Khan.

Special Assistant to PM on Political Affairs Malik Amir Dogar was also present in the meeting during which the country’s political situation was discussed.

Meanwhile, Member National Assembly (MNA) Ahmad Hussain Dehar also separately called on the Prime Minister.

During the meeting, matters relating to South Punjab Secretariat and the progress of development projects in his constituency were discussed.

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