Business community of Karachi has the most prominent role in the country’s tax payment. Jam Ikramullah Dharejo

Karachi (HRNW)- Provincial Minister for Industries and Cooperative Department Department Jam Ikramullah Dharejo has said that the industries of Sindh have suffered a severe blow due to gas shutdown. It is hoped that the federal government will take urgent steps to solve the problems faced by the industrialists of Sindh province. He said this today while addressing the ceremony on the occasion of lunch given by Korangi Association Trade and Industry. KATI office beares S.M. Tanveer, Farazur Rehman, Secretary Industries and Commerce Rashid Ahmed Solangi and others were present at the event.

Provincial Minister Jam Ikramullah Dharejo added, ‘ Karachi’s business community has been in trouble for the past three years. The outbreak of Corona virus has badly affected the industrial development ‘. He said that the first priority of the provincial government is the development of industries. The businessmen of Karachi have the biggest role in the country’s tax. The federal government is not solving the problems of the Sindh government.

Jam Ikramullah Dharejo said that
Industries in Karachi had been affected by the gas crisis. The SITE association had received five billion rupees from the federal government and two and a half billion rupees from the provincial government for development projects, while a new industrial zone covering 2,000 acres was being built at Northern Byepass to promote industrial development in the province.

He said that a plan would be made in collaboration with the business community to revive the small industrial zone.
A summary of one billion rupees would be sent to the Sindh Chief Minister for approval by the provincial government.