Minister for Agriculture Muhammad Ismail Rahu said that Agriculture faces many challenges. Research work is being started in collaboration with the Sindh Agriculture University (SAU)
SAU Vice-Chancellor, Dr. Fateh Marri said most of the provincial and federal institutions related to agriculture are in Tandojam, so all the institutions can form a board and carry out joint research work. He added that climate change threatens Pakistan’s agriculture, while the country faces food shortages due to its ever-growing population. If a grant of Rs100 billion is allocated for agriculture and appropriate grants allocated for research, better results will be obtained.