Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi is likely to arrive in Karachi on Saturday (today).
He assured the AJK Prime Minister that federal government would extend its full cooperation to state government for the development and prosperity of Azad Jammu and Kashmir.
The premier will visit the Quaid's mausoleum, ahead of the seventieth independence day. He also recorded his impressions in the visitor's book.
Earlier upon arrival at the mausoleum, he was presented guard of honour.
The governor also briefed the PM on preparation of the plan to address problems in the infrastructure development projects in the province, in general, and Karachi, in particular. He said among development projects committed by the federal government included the construction of a medical college and hospital in Karachi University and Greenline Bus Rapid Transit System.
He is expected to meet prominent entrepreneurs and delegations of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) and Pakistan Muslim League - Nawaz (PML-N) at the Governor House.
The prime minister thanked the MQM leaders for voting for him during the election.
Led by Dr Farooq Sattar, the MQM-Pakistan leaders shared "their grievances", mostly related to political activities and the issues being faced by the party's elected municipal administration.
Abbasi later chaired a meeting on Karachi's law and order at Governor's House. "He has not targeted any individual or any institution".
"If the business community did not grow, the government would not be able to achieve its objectives", he said.
To a question, he reiterated that Nawaz Sharif was his prime minister.
The PM during his interaction with the media at the airport hinted at his role to address the MQM-Pakistan's "complaints".
In a statement, PM Abbasi said the federal government will extend complete support for development initiatives in the province.
Collectively, the prime minister said, they would resolve the issues confronting them. "The federal government is concerned at the recent surge in street crime in Karachi, which can compromise the gains made through sustained efforts of four years".
He said being a political party the PML-N was rightful to show the power.
"He is still my leader", the premier said in reply to a question.