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Expo Pakistan helped remove misconceptions about Karachi: Teli

KARACHI: Former President of Karachi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI) Siraj Qasim Teli said that exhibitions like Expo Pakistan can help reduce misconceptions regarding law and order in Pakistan amongst trader community worldwide, ARY News reported on Sunday.

Speaking after the dinner in the honour of local and foreign businessmen at old US consulate, Teli argued that the law and order situation in Karachi is not worse than other metropolises of the world adding that the crime rate in the city is lower than big cities of developed countries.

He maintained that seemingly safer cities like Paris, Italy, London and New York face the menace of daylight robberies and street crime.

KCCI President Iftikhar Ahmed Vohra said that Karachi is Pakistan’s economic hub and Pakistan can provide better opportunities to world traders in textile, dairy, cosmetics, energy and cold storage sector.

The Expo Pakistan exhibition was inaugurated by Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif of Pakistan on Thursday, and is being attended by at least 1,000 delegates from 70 countries.

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