Governor Sindh Kamran Khan Tessori offered Eid-ul-Adha prayers at Governor House, accompanied by consul generals from Islamic countries. The event was attended by Consul General Bakheet Ateeq Al Remeithi of UAE, Cemal Sangu of Turkey, Abdullah Ahmed Buqahous of Bahrain, Hasan Nourain of Iran, SM Jabar of Afghanistan, Herman Hardynata Bin Ahmad of Malaysia, and Nayef Shahein R. M. Alsulaiti of Qatar, among others. Special prayers for Pakistan’s progress and prosperity were offered during the Eid prayers.

Governor Sindh Kamran Khan Tessori extended his Eid greetings to the nation and highlighted the significance of serving the underprivileged. He, along with the consuls general, participated in the sacrifice of a camel at the Governor House. During Eid, 100 camels, 100 goats, and cows were sacrificed at the Governor House. Following Governor Sindh Kamran Khan Tessori’s directives, over 20,000 needy individuals received sacrificial meat and ration bags on the first day, with distributions continuing on the subsequent days.

Governor Sindh Kamran Khan Tessori emphasized that the true beneficiaries of the sacrificial meat are the underprivileged. He thanked the consuls general for recognizing his efforts.

Speaking to the media on the first day of Eid, Governor Sindh Kamran Khan Tessori expressed optimism about Pakistan’s future, highlighting support from countries like UAE, Iran, Bahrain, Kuwait, and Malaysia. He reassured that Pakistan’s challenging times would pass, urging the nation to unite against adversarial plots.

Governor Sindh Kamran Khan Tessori stressed the importance of serving the nation beyond political interests, as national development ensures public prosperity.