Governor Sindh Kamran Tessori on Saturday emphasized on the habit to read books as they will take our youth on the path to become law abiding citizen instead of indulgibg in criminal activities.”Everyone should hellp us making Karachi a city of lights once again. Through this book fair, the mutual relations of people deepened.
I see a lot of excitement in the book fair. Love of books brings revolutionary change. If the book fair is organized with the same enthusiasm, the time is not far when this city will again become a city of lights, Sindh Governor expressed these views while talking to the media after visiting the third day of the ongoing five-day 17th International Karachi Book Fair at the Karachi Expo Center.
On the occasion, Administrator Karachi Dr. Saifur Rahman, Consul General of Indonesia in Karachi Dr June Kuncoro Hadiningrat, Former Chairman District Municipal Corporation Central District Rehan Hashmi, Chairman Pakistan Publishers and Booksellers Association Aziz Khalid, Karachi International Book Fair Convener Waqar Mateen, Deputy Convener Nasir Hussain, Nadeem Mazhar, M Iqbal Ghaziani, Iqbal Saleh Muhammad, Nadeem Akhtar, Kamran Noorani and Salim Abdul Hussain were also present.
Governor Sindh Kamran Tessuri, while answering the questions of the media, said that the arms exhibition Ideas was held at the same place a month ago. He said that the participation of a large number of young people, teachers and literary figures in the book fair has surprised him.
Publishers from all over the world are participating in the exhibition and citizens are taking interest in their books.Earlier, Governor Sindh and Administrator Karachi visited the book fair for an hour. They took photos and selfies with citizens.