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Governor Sindh asks political parties to make peace agreement

Kamran Tessori says the SIFC is the future of the country and it should take the control of the law and order situation of Karachi city.



Governor Sindh asks political parties to make peace agreement
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Karachi: Governor Sindh Kamran Tessori asked the Pakistan Peoples’ Party and other parties to make a peace agreement.

“I’m ready to go to anyone in this regard,” said the Sindh governor while talking to the reporters after offering Eid prayers  in Karachi on Wednesday. Governor Tessori said that the SIFC is Pakistan's future due to which both Kachay kay Daku and Pakkay kay Daku are worried.

“The SIFC should take into control the law and order of the city,” he suggested. The governor said that anyone who is doing IT course at the governor house is now earning $500 to $600.

“We are expanding IT to the rest of Sindh. We are going to build IT universities in other cities,” said Tessori.

He was of the view that the doors of the Governor House are open 24 hours a day for the public. “Anyone from all over Sindh who feels disappointed should come here; they will be welcomed with the open arms,” he added.