PM Khan to visit Sindh on January 26; will meet PTI and GDA leaders
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan is due to arrive in Sindh on a two-day visit on January 26, where he will hold important meetings with Sindh’s political figures, ARY News reported on Friday.
The Prime minister will be accompanied by Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi during his visit.
According to well informed sources, the PM will hold meetings with the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and the Grand Democratic Alliance (GDA) leaders, during his visit to the residence of Ali Gohar Mahar in Khangarh, Ghotki on January 26.
The meeting is expected to discuss the matters pertaining to Sindh province.
Sources further added, the premier is also expected to announce a special package for the drought-hit district of the province, Tharparkar as he is scheduled to visit the area on the same very day.
Mr Khan after having lunch at the residence of Abdul Razaq Rahimon, a GDA leader in Chachro, is expected to visit the Mirza Farmhouse in Badin on January 27, on the invitation of the Federal Minister Dr Fehmida Mirza.
After the JIT report into fake bank account, a local leader of Sindh’s Grand Democratic Alliance (GDA) Ali Gohar Mahar held a meeting with Prime Minster Imran Khan, last month, to discuss the political scenario of the province and had invited him to visit Ghotki.
Earlier in December, Governor Sindh Imran Ismail had also called on Prime Minister Imran Khan in the federal capital and discussed matters pertaining to Sindh province during the meeting.
Federal Ministers, Fawad Chaudhry, Ali Zaidi and Faisal Vawda have already demanded of the Sindh’s Chief Executive Syed Murad Ali Shah to step down from his office following the JIT’s findings.