KARCHI, Jan 17,2022- Sindh Information and Labor Minister Saeed Ghani has said that the people of Karachi rejected the protest of splinters groups two days ago and proved that they are not with those who are distracted from the problems of real people.
Addressing a press conference in the committee room of Sindh Assembly on Monday, Sindh Information Minister said that at present the problem of the nation is inflation, unemployment, gas crisis and increase in prices of electricity, medicine and other daily necessities. Its problem is not the law of local government.
He said if a person is bitten by a dog in Sindh, it is blamed on Chairman Bilawal Bhutto and Chief Minister Sindh. But in Murree, 23 people died due to government incompetence and no one was held responsible.
Saeed Ghani said that he should only answer the questions of his own party’s information secretary Ahmed Jawad. In this city and province, the thief of linguistics is no longer the thief of sellers. Imran Khan himself has admitted that there is a secret of mafia in the country at the moment, because he knows that Chinese mafia, fertilizer mafia, LNG mafia, medicine mafia have their own ATMs.
Saeed Ghani said that splinter groups had staged a demonstration the day before yesterday, which was attended by a few hundred or a thousand people and in fact the demonstration was a contest of flags of different political parties.
No ban on activities in Sann
Provincial Minister Saeed Ghani has said that no ban has been imposed in Sann. The Sindh government has given full permission for the activities. We have not stopped the dharna of Jamaat-e-Islami in front of the Sindh Assembly. How can stop political activity in Sann, if it administration has taken any steps, I will talk to them.
Sindh Information minister said that ‘Bhan Mati’s’ family has started such dramas to divert attention from real public issues and justify the Local Government Bill to divide the people of this city and province on linguistic basis as well as real. People are busy diverting attention from problems.
He said that MQM says that occupation of urban Sindh by rural Sindh is unacceptable, I ask GDA and PTI to ask MQM who are the non-natives. These dramas are being staged to divert the attention of the IMF from mortgaging the SBP and imposing a burden of Rs 350 billion on the people in the name of money budget.
Saeed Ghani said that during the 10 years of PPP and Nawaz Sharif’s rule, the debt was 25 25 billion, which has increased to 45 billion in three years of this incompetent and incompetent government.
In response to a question, Saeed Ghani asked whether the protest on Shahra –e- Faisal yesterday was against the increase in petrol, electricity and gas prices or to divert attention from it.
Who are protesters?
On another question, he said that at that time demonstrating parties suffered humiliating defeats in the Cantonment Board and NA-249 and he was hopeful that the coming local body elections will bring more humiliation and this fear has brought him to protest in the streets.
Long march from Ghotki?
To a question, he said that all the parties together could not gather a thousand people, but they are talking about a long march from Ghotki. Let them fulfill their dream with enthusiasm. When they get out of Ghotki, the people suffering from gas crisis and inflation will be held accountable.
Mustafa Kamal not an elected person
In response to a question about Mustafa Kamal, he said that he had only said that he was not represented in the assembly and he was not in a position to win UC.
He said that what Mustafa Kamal was saying, he should answer for himself whether Mustafa Kamal was with the youth when they were being used at the behest of external forces or not.
Jamaat-e-Islami wants political scoring
Asked about the sit-in of Jamaat-e-Islami, he said, “Nowadays the season of protest is over. We are talking but their demands are not such that they can be made law. Now they want to score their own political point.”
Member Sindh Assembly Lal Chand Akrani and PPP’s Najmi Alam were also present at the press conference.