PM Khan trying best to bring inflation down: Sindh Gov


By Staff Reporter

KARACHI: Sindh Governor Imran Ismail said that Covid-19 has brought storm of inflation across world including Pakistan. He said that Prime Minister Imran Khan was trying his best to bring inflation down.

Addressing a press conference at Governor House, he said that inflation rate was low in Pakistan if compared to Europe, United States and India. He hinted at element of artificial inflation in country. Sindh government to task for wheat shortage, he said that if Sindh government did not have wheat then it should write to Federal government and they would get it from  Pakistan Agricultural Storage and Services Corporation within 48 hours.

He said that Prime Minister was making efforts to provide ‘Rashan Card’ to people of Sindh at their door steps. Replying to a question, he said that illegality was at highest level in province. He said that incident of Tando Allahyar was being intentionally turned into linguistic dispute. He asked Sindh government to conduct a fair and transparent enquiry of matter. Reacting to PPP’s tractor trolley rally, Governor said that farmers were happy with present federal government. Replying to another question, he said that work on K-IV project had started. He said that as much as federal government needed support of its stakeholders just same way MQM-Pakistan also needed federal government’s support and all decision were made in consultation with them.