we [Pakistan Cricket team] lost match against America because our talks with IMF

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Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah speaking in a lighter mood at Naya Nazimabad said that we [Pakistan Cricket team] lost match against America because our talks with IMF were in progress but our team would definitely defeat India team.

He was speaking at the inauguration ceremony of Naya Nazimabad Gymkhana, Jamia Masjid and flyover at Naya Nazimabad where he was invited by Arif Habib, the head of Naya Nazimabad project. The program was attended by parliamentarians, businessmen, bankers, and industrialists.

Mr Shah speaking frankly about the Pakistan- India match in T-20 World Cup said that our team was strong enough and it deliberately lost its match against America because our talks with IMF were in progress but “we would give tough time to India,” he said.

Talking about the Public Private Partnership (PPP) project Murad Shah said that his government provided better infrastructure solutions to the people of Sindh through Public-private Partnership.

“The Sindh government has earned international acclaim in executing mega projects like thar coal development, Ghotki-Kandhkot bridge, Hyderabad-Mirpurkhas Road, Jhirk-Mulkatiar Bridge on River Indus, Karachi-Thatta Dual Crraigeway and various others.”

Murad Shah said that his government remained unwavering in its commitment to providing high-quality living standards, with all the necessary amenities for health, sports, and entertainment. “The government has the vision and is strategically positioned to make things happen,” he said and added he was eager to partner with the private sector to achieve these goals through strategic collaborations.

He said that socially impactful projects like Naya Nazimabad were essential to bridge the gap and bring about meaningful change.

Mr Shah said that the provincial government on the instructions of Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has started constructing 2.1 million houses for flood-affected people. “We are constructing 15 houses daily and so far 100,000 have been completed while work on 800,000 houses was in progress.