Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah on Tuesday (Jan 22) got emotional during his national assembly speech, when he stood up to give a policy statement in the Sindh Assembly on the revival of Karachi Circular Railways (KCR).
But while responding to question from PTI member, he warns prime minister Imran Khan and federal minister to stop giving threats of “hanging” people, otherwise the prime minister himself would not be able to save his chair. “Every day, you are announcing to hang, kill, arrest and bury people. This is the only thing you are now doing in Naya [new] Pakistan”. “Please stop giving threats and learn a lesson from the one leader whom you declared an assassin and later hanged. He is still alive in the hearts of people and we are ready to render sacrifices,” he said. The CM’s outburst came a day after opposition leader Firdous Shamim Naqvi announced that “many corrupt people would now be hanged”.
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17 November, 2019