• Imran Ismail says government has not given any NRO to anyone.
  • The Governor Sindh says there is a large amount of mineral reserves in Tharparkar for which the government of Sindh should take practical steps.

KARACHI: Governor Sindh Imran Ismail on Tuesday said that the JUI sit-in had reached to its final stage with the last hiccups.

Addressing after inaugurating a free medical camp for journalists and their family at Karachi Press Club, the Governor said that the JUI-F's sit-in had reached its logical end.

Responding to a question about separation from the allies, the Governor rejected the impression that our allies were with us.

To a question about Nawaz Sharif going abroad for treatment, Imran Ismail said, “We respect the judiciary's decisions and ensuring its implementation."

The Governor said that the present government had not given any NRO to anyone.

To another question about the mines and minerals in Tharparkar, he said that there was a large amount of mineral reserves in Tharparkar for which the government of Sindh should take practical steps.

International investors looking to invest in this sector, the Sindh government should play its role in providing the investors with better facilities.

When asked about other issues, including dog bites cases and other incidents in the province, the Governor said that the increase in the incidences of dog bites was alarming, the Sindh Government along with the relevant NGOs should play its due role in this regard.

Governor Sindh Imran Ismail on the occasion also visited the stalls for HIV, BMD, RBS, OPD, Eye, Dental and Physiotherapy at Free Medical Camp. Imtiaz Faran, President of Karachi Press Club informed the Governor about the issues of journalists and urged upon him to play his role in resolving the matter of land allotted to journalists by the Sindh government in Hawks Bay.

The Governor was also requested by Secretary Karachi Press Club Armaan Sabir and other governing body members to include senior journalists and members of the Karachi Press Club in the Naya Pakistan Housing Scheme.

Imran Ismail said “The Press Club is like my home and I started my politics from here".

The Governor assured that he would soon bring the issue of land allotted to journalists to the notice of the concerned institution and the Chief Minister of Sindh.

Earlier, the Press Club President and other journalists, including members of the governing body, welcomed the Governor upon his arrival to the Press Club.