Prime Minister Imran Khan notified Akbar Ali Khan, son of late Liaquat Ali Khan, Pakistan’s first prime minister, of media claims about sickness and financial difficulties.
Governor of Sindh Imran Ismail was ordered by the prime minister to promptly contact the family of Khan, stated the press wing of the PM office.
He also sought to guarantee that the government bore all the expenditures required for Akbara Ali Khan’s medical treatments.
The Sindh administration has previously announced all expenditures for Akbar Liaquat Ali Khan’s treatment.
The government of Sindh has also agreed to provide the Shaheed-e-son Millat’s a monthly allowance.
Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah stated directives for this purpose were issued. “The Sindh administration will not leave the first prime minister in the country’s family alone,” he added.