Prime Minister Imran Khan will pay a full-day visit to Bahawalpur today (Wednesday).
According to a statement released by the prime minister’s office, the prime minister will meet with leaders of southern Punjab in Bahawalpur. In addition, the Prime Minister will receive a detailed briefing on the performance of the active South Punjab secretariat and development projects in Bahawalpur division.
Later, the Prime Minister will attend the Farmers’ Convention as a special guest as part of the government’s vision to focus on agriculture, where he will not only usher in increased production in southern Punjab, but also projects to help farmers.
The Prime Minister will also address the ceremony. The Prime Minister will plant trees in Lal Sohanra National Park as part of the massive tree-planting campaign underway in the country and will also look at the latest technologies for forest protection.
Yesterday Prime Minister Imran Khan arrived in Karachi for a one-day visit, accompanied by Zubaida Jalal and Asad Umar.
In Karachi, Prime Minister Imran Khan inaugurated the Shiplift and Transfer System and said that with this system, Pakistan will be able to generate foreign currency.
He also announced the planting of mangroves on an additional 12,000 acres in Lasbela.
Pakistan is the only country in the world where the number of mangroves has increased.
The day before yesterday, Prime Minister Imran Khan inaugurated the world’s largest urban Miyawaki forest in Lahore.
On this occasion, he said that the sea has risen due to global warming, Pakistan is taking action against the global alert more than its status. Miyawaki plants are great for reducing pollution