Murad telephones MQM leader Aminul Haq
- Both leaders agreed not paint the incident as linguistic
- Amin satisfied over government steps taken on the Tando Allahyar incident
KARACHI, Jan 27,2022- Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah telephoned MQM leader Aminul Haq and expressed deep regret over the incident that took place on Wednesday evening on the road to the Chief Minister’s House.
Chief Minister Sindh said that such incidents should not happen under any circumstances,
“Political differences should be resolved through dialogue and political means”, said Chief Minister Sindh and Aminul Haq
It was agreed between Sindh Chief Minister and MQM leader Aminul Haq that this incident would not be given the linguistic colour.
Statements on ethnic basis were condemned by both sides.
Consultation can be held on conducting postmortem if any person has died in the incident and autopsy will reveal the cause of death, Chief Minister Sindh said
Aminul Haq expressed satisfaction over the steps taken by the government on the Tando Allahyar incident.
The two leaders agreed not to create such a situation in the future.
The Sindh Chief Minister said that he would probe into the incident and assured that action will be taken against anyone involved in the inquiry.
Sindh Chief Minister offered Aminul Haq to discuss the new local bodies law.
Amin-ul-Haq said that he would respond after consulting the party.
Chief Minister also phone call to Muttahida’s MPA Sadaqat Hussain who was injured in the incident.
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The Chief Minister of Sindh sincerely inquired about the nature and expressed good wishes.
The Sindh Chief Minister said that such incidents should not happen under any circumstances.
The Sindh Chief Minister told Sadaqat Hussain that yesterday he had instructed the police to release him.