Political tensions between ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e- Insaf and Pakistan Peoples Party has been increased over resignation of Chief Minister Sindh Murad Ali Shah, after the JIT report in mega money laundering case. PTI leaders had demanded CM Murad’s resignation for several times but PPP always rejected the demands of government. In a recent move, Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry on Tuesday (Jan 15) while speaking to media warned the Sindh government that PPP fails to bring any change in Sindh, and if Murad Ali Shah does not resign by himself, then the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf will need to take practical steps.
“The PPP has actually occupied Sindh,” he said while talking to reporters at Karachi airport. “We support the democratic system and that’s why we want to give them [PPP leadership] time so they take an initiative and take resignation from Murad Ali Shah. If they don’t take action then we would be bound to take practical measures for the change that’s imminent and definitely would be witnessed by the people of Sindh,” Minister said during his daylong visit in Karachi.
“The PTI stands with the people of Sindh whose money had been found in the banks of Dubai and London instead of [being spent] on them. The wave of change, which has been witnessed by other provinces, would now be seen in Sindh. It is the right of the people of Sindh to become part of the change,” said the information minister.
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21 August, 2019