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IG SINDH HAS BECOME POLITICAL RATHER THAN PROFESSIONAL. MURTAZA WAHAB

 

  1. January 22: Advisor to Chief Minister on Law and Environment and Spokesperson Sindh Government Barrister Murtaza Wahab has said in a press conference at Media Corner in Sindh Assembly that IG Sindh should focus on policing and becoming a professional rather than a political. He said that the task of the IG was not to hold meetings but to play the best policing role and no crisis had arisen on the matter of IG Sindh. The consultation with the federal government was ongoing and it is hoped that the provincial consultation in Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The steps taken in the category should respect the opinion of the federal government in Sindh as the prime minister is currently on a trip abroad. The issue will be resolved in a peaceful manner upon his return.

 

Responding to reporters' questions, the spokesperson said that instead of making the breaking news and news, the unqualified leaders of the Selected Government should come forward and serve the people and it has been a year and a half but these unqualified rulers have no opportunity to speak. While the practical steps of the Sindh government are in the public eye today, the PPP's public government has only constructed eight roads in Karachi while the federal government is working slowly on the Green Line project.

 

He said that, has Sindh government created a flour crisis in Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa? They have only become the phobia of the Sindh government. He said that this is the only political party of Pakistan which is only troubling the people on the good news. He said that instead of dealing with the flour crisis, the PTI has turned its guns towards the Sindh government. The Sindh government has decided to import the wheat, which is now opposed by the federal ministers, but it is common sense. They have no sense of public relief.

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