PTI dreams of changing Sindh government: Murad Ali Shah


Sindh leader Minister (CM) Murad Ali Shah on Wednesday regretted that top Minister Imran Khan had assured of allocating Rs162 for Karachi, but the problems of the metropolitan metropolis had been not being resolved.

In his speak to the media, he said: “The PTI desires of converting the Sindh government…tries of toppling [the provincial government] the use of magic will fail.”

“till the center extends its assist for Karachi, the city’s troubles might now not be addressed,” he said, including the federal authorities has deserted its aid for [Karachi Bulk Water Supply Scheme] okay-IV project.

“The metropolis [of Karachi] calls for 1,two hundred million gallons per day (mgd) of water supply, but receives only four hundred to 500 mgd,” he went on to mention.

The CM refuted claims of being concerned in horse buying and selling in the course of elections of the Senate.

“the only, who had no enjoy, has come to be the top minister of Pakistan, and now experiments are being performed on the majority,” he stated.

earlier, Shah visited Al-Jamia Saifiya and Al-Jamia-tus-Saifiyah institute in Nizamabad and met students.

Later, the CM inspected the continuing construction work at a underpass on Shaheed Milat avenue, and directed the worried officials to finish the paintings with the aid of the month of August.


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