IPI gas pipeline project

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Commodities - International Oil Report

Deputy Interior Minister Iran Hassan Qadeemi said on Sunday that Iran had completed work on gas pipeline project and it would soon reach Pakistan border.

Talking to media persons at a Mehfil-e-Mushaira held in connection with the birthday of Hazrat Imam Ali Raza (AS), here at Islamic Iranian Cultural Centre, he said that gas pipeline was only 80 miles away from Pakistan border and now it was the responsibility of Pakistan government to complete the project on its side.

To a query, he said that Iran was extending full support to the flood effectees in Sindh, adding that Iranian Government would help Pakistani brethren in the rehabilitation of the flood victims.

On the occasion, different poets including Shahzad Ahmad, Nasir Zaidi, Prof Tahira Jabeen, Jamil Turabi, Prof Muzammal and Prof Raf presented "Monaqabat" Imam Ali Raza.

Samina Khawar Hayat MPA presided over the function while Director Islamic Iranian Cultural Centre Dr Abbas Famori, Iranian Consulate in Lahore Bani Asadi was guest of honour.

The speakers said that it was need of the hour to introduce the teachings of Hazrat Imam Ali Raza among young generation of the world. They urged the media to highlight the teachings of Imam Raza through its TV channels.

Earlier, Samina Khawar Hayat inaugurated an exhibition where books on Imran Raza, calligraphy and pictures on Iranian culture were put on display. The exhibition will continue for a week.

Courtesy: Business Recorder

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