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Tessori opens Annual Urs of Hazrat Abdullah Shah Ghazi

KARACHI: Governor Sindh Kamran Khan Tessori inaugurated the 1294th annual Urs of Hazrat Abdullah Shah Ghazi. At the shrine, the Governor laid a ceremonial chadar and offered special prayers for the progress of the nation and the resolution of its issues. Following the ceremony, he distributed clothes, water, juice, and food among the visitors, says a Press release.
Speaking to the media, Governor Sindh expressed his strong belief that the prayers for Pakistan’s economic stability, made in the presence of this great saint, will be answered, and that the country will soon stand on its own economically. He also prayed for relief from the intense heat and for rainfall in the province and Karachi.
Governor Kamran Khan Tessori mentioned that the Prime Minister and Army Chief are working hard to attract investment through SIFC. In response to a question, he acknowledged the significant damage Pakistan has suffered due to climate change over the past two years. He also shared that, at his request, the spiritual leader of the Bohra community will be visiting Pakistan, despite invitations from five other countries. The spiritual leader’s visit is expected to bring over 50,000 people to the city, boosting economic activity.
Governor Kamran Khan Tessori highlighted his efforts in Islamabad over the past three days, meeting with various ambassadors. The UAE ambassador assured him of large-scale investment in Sindh, while the Turkish ambassador confirmed extensive cooperation. Investors from Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait, and other countries are also expected to invest soon, which will create job opportunities and prosperity. Addressing another question, he urged K-Electric to ensure the end of unannounced load shedding during the intense heat.
Earlier, Governor Sindh Kamran Khan Tessori met with Acting British High Commissioner Andrew Dalgleish in Islamabad. Governor Sindh stated that numerous investment opportunities are available in the province under the Special Investment Facilitation Council (SIFC). The formation of SIFC aims to provide ample facilities to both local and international investors to promote investment across the country.
He further highlighted that several sectors in Sindh and its highly educated young workforce are attractive to investors. He added that British investors can achieve significant outcomes by investing in these promising sectors, and the government will provide all possible assistance, cooperation, and support.
Governor Sindh Kamran Khan Tessori emphasized that providing the best opportunities to investors through SIFC is their top priority.
The Acting British High Commissioner noted that British investors are keenly interested in further investment in Sindh.

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