Murad seeks Pak Nay’s help for developing tourist resorts at Sindh’s islands

Chief Minister and Commander Coast exchange views on opening small islands from Karachi to Keti Bandar for tourism.

CM Murad Shah and Commander Coast Vice Admiral Zahid Ilyas also discussed establishing Cadet College in Sujawal.  

Karachi: Vice Admiral Zahid Ilyas, Commander Coast (COMCOAST) of Pakistan Navy called on Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah at CM House Karachi on Friday and exchanged views on different subjects.

During the meeting, they discussed establishing a Cadet College in Sujawal, one of the coastal districts of the province.

“The establishment of Cadet College in Sujawal will open the doors of Pakistan Navy for the   children of fishing community,” Murad Ali Shah said according to a press release posted by Chief Minister’s Media Consultant on his WhatsApp group.

Shah said he wants taking important measures for education and training of fishermen’s children besides resolving their other problems.

The Chief Minister and the Commander Coast also exchanged views on opening small islands from Karachi to Keti Bandar for tourism, press release said quoting the Chief Minister as saying that ‘he wants that water sports and other amusement venues are developed in the sea for the people of Karachi’.

“Pakistan Navy should extend cooperation to Sindh government for establishing such tourism resorts,” Murad Ali Shah said. (PR)


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