KARACHI Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah has said that there is vast scope of investment in the province and the government is endeavouring to provide infrastructure and incentives to investors to come and invest in various sectors particularly in development of coal and generation of power. This he observed while addressing a seminar organised by Sindh Board of Investment on Development & Investment for Livestock, Dairy, Fisheries and poultry at Karachi Expo Centre aimed at enhancing investment process in the province. Earlier, he inaugurated the two-day Livestock, Fisheries, Dairy and Poultry Exhibition at Karachi Expo Centre. He said that the country particularly the Sindh province is agriculture-oriented and besides food items, orchards, and vegetables, it is famous for prominent breeds in cattle, dairy farming, vast areas in coastal belt with fisheries, shrimps and poultry. He said that the best breeds of animals such as Kundhi buffalos, Kamori goat, Thari cow and other animals are famous for milk and meat production. Syed Qaim Ali Shah lauded the efforts of Sindh Investment Board for properly projecting the various breeds of livestock, fish, shrimps, camels, horses and desi (local) and farm poultry, so as to attract maximum investors and traders for consumption and export purposes. He added that through this exhibition, the local people and foreigners will be shown breeds, species and varieties being used for food and other purposes. Chief Minister Sindh hoped that this exhibition will not only bring maximum investors and exporters but will encourage the livestock owners, dairy and poultry farmers to enhance breeding and production of their commodities. The Chief Minister hoped that Sindh Investment Board will further make concerted efforts to further do the needful for furtherance of objective. He said that various countries including the friendly one, are coming forward to invest in various projects and the government of Iran had come forward in this regard. The Chief Minister by cutting the ribbon-tape inaugurated the exhibition and visited various stalls established by various firms, organisations, industries and Sindh Government departments. He went to many stalls and saw the products. Chief Minister also inquired about the performance and productivity of their commodities. In all there were 86 stalls belonging to reputed firms which included stall of Punjab Govt/Pavilion, Engro food, Yamaha, and so many others. Meanwhile, handing over Pak-Iran land documents to Consul General of Iran at Karachi Abbas Ali Abdullahi, the Chief Minister Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah said that there are cordial relations between Pakistan and Iran, and those brethren relations will further strengthen with the passage of time. Chief Minister Sindh appreciated the efforts of Sindh Investment Board particularly the Advisor Zbuair Motiwala, with those concerted efforts, many leading businessmen are attending the Seminar and visiting the exhibition. He also congratulated the organizers of the Exhibition. On the occasion, Motiwala presented welcome address and said that many researchers, scholars, traders, businessmen, investors and exporters are participating in the seminar which will bring prominent results.