KARACHI - Governor Punjab Slaman Taseer got mesmerised on seeing massive development works completed by the CDGK during his visit of the metropolis on Wednesday. Later, talking to newsmen at Bagh Ibne Qasim, he said that the sincere and hard working administration of the CDGK has made Karachi the role model for whole of the country. Governor Punjab Salman Taseer went to Karachi on the special invitation from the city nazim Mustafa Kamal. He paid a detailed visit to the metropolis along with Governor Sindh Dr. Ishratul Ebad Khan and City Nazim Mustafa Kamal during which he inspected various development projects completed by the city government. Salman Taseer arrived at the Civic Centre along with Governor Sindh Ishratul Ebad Khan where City Nazim Mustafa Kamal welcomed them. Governor Punjab was given a briefing on development projects in Karachi while he also inspected City Government's Command and Control Centre and Citizen's Complaints Information Management Centre 1339. He took keen interest in the command and control centre and said that Karachiites would get several benefits from this system. Governor Punjab visited corridor-I & II and also inspected newly established dental hospital at KMDC where he was informed that the hospital has the capability of providing medical aid to 100 patients simultaneously. He also went to Abbasi Shaheed Hospital and inspected latest facilities provided at Trauma Centre and the Laboratory. In the end, Governor Punjab visited Bagh Ibne Qasim at Clifton and addressed the media representatives. Governor Sindh, Dr Ishratul Ebad, city nazim Mustafa Kamal, DCO Karachi Javed Hanif and other high-ups were also accompanying him during the visit. Later, talking to newsmen, Slaman Taseer said that he was very impressed on seeing massive development works in Karachi and expressed his desire that such uplift miracles should be done throughout the country. He was of view that the projects and development had been carried out in Karachi in a short span of three years, which, he added, was a record in the history of the country. Taseer said that PPP considered the Local Government System as part of democracy therefore it would not be changed at any cost. However, he added that some changes could be made in the local government system to improve it further. He said that PPP's Shaheed leader Benazir Bhutto also had a clear vision about the devolution of power in a democratic set-up. Governor Taseer avoided answering various queries regarding political issues in the country and the ongoing confrontation in his own province. On lawyers' movement, he said that any long or short march is the democratic right of the legal fraternity. He said that federal government would provide every possible support to the development and reconstruction process in Karachi. Governor Sindh and city nazim also spoke on the occasion.