Governor Sindh Mohammad Zubair called on President Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) and Chief Minister Punjab Shahbaz Sharif in Karachi today, reported Radio Pakistan.

They discussed law and order and economic situation in the country.  

Shahbaz, who formally took charge of the PML-N last month after a Supreme Court ruling banned former premier Nawaz Sharif from heading the party, also visited Quaid-e-Azam's Mausoleum. 

CM Punjab flanked by Governor Sindh Muhammad Zubair offered fateha and laid wreaths at the Quaid's mausoleum. The two also prayed for the progress and prosperity of the country. 

Earlier, Shahbaz held a meeting with Sindh governor upon arrival in the metropolis. Shehbaz and Zubair discussed the current political situation of the country during the meeting at Governor House in Karachi. 

"PML-N has the vision of prosperity of people through development projects," Shehbaz told the provincial governor. 

Speaking on the occasion, Shahbaz Sharif said it if voted to power development and prosperity of Sindh will also be ensured.

CM Shahbaz also met with a delegation of lawyers, headed by former Supreme Court Bar Association president Yasin Azaad, at the Governor House. 

While addressing the delegation, Shehbaz praised the contribution of the lawyers' community towards the country's progress.

"Lawyer community ran a great movement for restoration of democracy," said Shahbaz, adding "lawyers play a significant role in dispensing justice to ordinary citizens."

No society can progress without justice and law, he asserted.

Shahbaz also remarked that he will improve the conditions in Karachi if given the chance after the upcoming general elections, which are expected to be held in late July or early August. 

"People in Karachi are being denied basic facilities, we have to bring lights back to the city," Shehbaz said. 

He tweeted, "Karachi is mini Pakistan where people of all backgrounds live. PMLN govt restored peace & the cosmopolitan image of the mega city by eliminating terrorism & busting armed gangs under the leadership of Nawaz Sharif. Peaceful & prosperous Karachi is central to Pakistan's progress."

During his day-long visit, Shehbaz is also expected to address a workers' convention and hold meetings with members of the party’s Sindh and Karachi chapters as well as media personnel.