Sindh governor says today’s Pakistan is very different from 2013

Karachi – Sindh Governor Mohammad Zubair has said that today’s Pakistan is very different from 2013 and restored peace in the country especially Karachi has opened new avenues of trade and investment gaining the attention of world investors.

He was addressing a ceremony at the multinational Midas Safety Company in Karachi. The Governor said that government’s steps have also brought the issue of energy shortage under control.

He said that we are working on energy projects of 34 billion dollars in the CPEC while two coal based power plants have been completed at Port Qasim.

Mohammad Zubair said that an investment of 5 billion dollars has also been made in the Thar Coal to boost the energy projects and resolve the energy issues.

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