KARACHI, Jan 15,2022- Sindh Information Minister Saeed Ghani said that some parties are protesting against local government law in Sindh but, has any one party protesting against gas, electricity, urea, sugar, wheat and LNG?
Addressing a press conference here on Saturday, Sindh Information Minister Saeed Ghani said that the federal government has been increasing petrol prices for the last three months. These people are protesting to divert the nation’s attention from public issues.
He said that it is likely that the price of petrol will now be Rs 150. The prices of medicines have gone up manifold. Why the people are being punished for the incompetence of the government?
He said, in fact the Prime Minister Imran Khan pays tribute to Pervez Khattak for complaining about the gas crisis.
Sindh Minister admitted the rise in street crime in Karachi, saying that such incidents occur when unemployment and economic problems increase, there are good police officers in the province, it is the responsibility of the police to ensure peace and Establish law and order, protect citizens.
He said that MQM had left the government four times when petrol prices went up during the PPP regime. Sindh province produces more gas than we need, but we are not being given gas for cooking in our homes.
Sindh Information Minister says federal government has handed over SBP to IMF, protest is right but talk about public issues, they have problem on local government, they know people reject them Twice the mayor of the city was made by Jamaat-e-Islami, both times he got powers in dictatorship.
He said that the issue of PMM was about resignation from the assemblies. If it had been discussed in time, the results would have been different today. Local government bill has not been passed in Punjab and Islamabad. has been.
Saeed Ghani also said that there is a protocol to transfer the prisoners from the jail to the hospital, they are investigating the things that come to light, action will be taken, if we have to protest, we will also protest at the Governor House. What are public issues and what is drama?