September 24, 2021

Sindh LB polls will be on party basis says Murad Shah

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LB polls in Sindh will be on party basis, says Murad Shah

SEWHAN Jul 25,2021- The Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah on Sunday said that local bodies’ elections in Sindh will be held on the basis of political parties and will be before the general election.

Chief Minister Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah while talking to media at Ali Hassan Shahani village said, there are objections to the census, the evidence of which is presented in the CCI. Shah added that the Sindh Government has written a letter seeking constitutional right to convene a joint session of Parliament, as Sindh’s population is shown to be low in the census.

Murad Ali Shah said in Sindh, local elections will be held in a way that no one would object to.

To a question about meeting of Nawaz Sharif with Afghan representative, he said he has been heard on the media.

Talking about foreign policy Sindh CM said, “Our foreign policy is failing. Our relations with Iran, Afghanistan and China are being affected. We strive for good relations with China

Murad Shah suggested that the parties in the PDM must unite the opposition. He recalled that Bilawal Bhutto Zardari called All Parties Conference before formation of PDM and added that the purpose of creating the PDM was to get rid of the Imran government, but some people resigned from Bilawal.

Sindh chief minister said that the federal government has unleashed storm of inflation which has made lives of common man miserable. Therefore the opposition parties need to unite once again.

He condemned the media trial of Agha Siraj Durrani speaker Sindh Assembly and said that Aga Siraj Durrani was tried by the NAB which defamed him but no evidence was found.

The federal government approved a plan in 2017 to restore Manchar Lake, but in 2018, when the Imran government came, the PTI government stopped the construction of Manchar Lake.

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