CM Sindh, Punjab agree to promote inter-provincial harmony

Amraiz Khan

Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah met caretaker Chief Minister Punjab Mohsin Naqvi on Monday at the Chief Minister’s Office and discussed matters of mutual interest, the general situation and increasing relations between provinces.

It was agreed to further promote interprovincial harmony. Issues related to the joint operation in the Kacha area of Punjab and Sindh were also discussed.

It was agreed that the criminal elements in the Kacha area will be dealt with iron hands and the operation will be brought to a logical conclusion. CM Mohsin Naqvi emphasized that Pakistan comprises four units, including Gilgit-Baltistan and Azad Kashmir, and belongs to all its citizens.

He stressed that all Pakistanis must work together to advance the nation and move towards a more prosperous future.

The need for unity and harmony has never been greater, stated CM Naqvi. He called upon all citizens to put aside their differences and work towards a common goal of interprovincial harmony and cooperation.

He emphasized that only through unity and collaboration can Paki stan move forward towards progress and prosperity. Chief Minister Sindh Murad Ali Shah extended his good wishes to CM Mohsin Naqvi and underscored the importance of interprovincial harmony. He called on all Pakistanis to set aside their differences and unite to promote harmony and cooperation between provinces.

CM Shah emphasized that working together for the greater good of the nation is vital to realizing Pakistan’s true potential.

Meanwhile Sind Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah and Punjab Chief Minister Mohsin Naqvi also called upon Governor Balighur Rehman separately on Monday.