Pakistan

KARACHI – Prime Minister Imran Khan will make his first visit to Karachi on Sunday after assuming the office.

During his day-long stay to the metropolis, the premier will hold meetings with members of the business community.

The prime minister will pay a visit to Quaid’s mausoleum. He will later visit the Governor House where he will be briefed regarding the security situation and development projects.

Sind Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah, DG Rangers Sind Maj-Gen Mohammad Saeed, IG Sindh and high-security officials will also attend the meeting.

Earlier, PTI lawmaker from Karachi, Amir Liaquat, criticized the premier for not visiting the city.

President Arif Alvi feels embarrassed for ‘royal’ protocol accorded in Karachi

“I repeatedly ask Imran Khan to visit Karachi but he didn’t listen to me,” said Amir in a talk show.

Liaquat said that he told Imran Khan that he needs to focus on Karachi’s party structure. “We have to strengthen the PTI’s structure on the UC level ahead of local bodies elections.”

President Arif Alvi is also in Karachi, he admitted on Saturday that he was accorded with a massive protocol upon arrival in hometown, despite his request not to ’embarrass’ him with such motorcade.