KARACHI - Sindh Governor Imran Ismil Monday assured the business community that the federal government would extend all possible assistance to them for industrial growth and of country’s exports.  Addressing members of Korangi Association of Trade and Industry here, the governor said the government was trying its best to explore more natural gas reservoirs and alternative sources of energy.  Members of National Assembly from Paksitan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Fahim Khan and Akram Chema, and Member of Sindh Assembly Raja Azhar, President KATI Sheikh Umer Rehan, Senior Vice President Ikram Rajput, Vice President Syed Wajid Hussain, former Senator Abdul Haseeb Khan, Director General, Anti-Narcotics Forece Brig. Masood Ahmed Janhua, Chairman and Chief Executive of Korangi Industrial and Trading Estate Limited, Zubair Chhaya, KATI’s former presidents Khalid Tawab, Gulzar Feroze and Danish Khan, Executive Committee’s members of the association and other prominent businessmen attended the interactive meeting.  The governor said without strong and sustained economy, a country could not prosper. He urged that joint efforts were needed for the progress and development of  the country.  He said in the past Karachi was neglected and it was PTI leadership who was making every possible effort for the upgradation of the big city, which is the economic hub of the country. The depleted infrastructure of the city would be strengthened and upgraded with Prime Minister Imran Khan’s announced package of Rs 1100 billion.