The Chief Minister of Sindh also wrote a letter to Imran Khan. In which he complained that he is not thinking anything about the people of this province.
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan
Sindh Province Slams Imran Khan: Caught in the debt trap of China, its puppet, the Government of Pakistan is running away from the development works of its own country. In this connection, Murad Ali Shah, the Chief Minister of Sindh province, lashed out at Prime Minister Imran Khan. He went so far as to say that talking to him (Prime Minister) or writing to him is like talking to a blind man. A meeting of the National Economic Committee also took place on Tuesday, in which Shah said he was concerned about the delay in development projects in the province and blamed Imran Khan for the situation.
Sindh CM said, ‘We (Sindh government) told the Prime Minister to give us money for road construction this year as promised, but he never listened to us.’ Shah also said that the Finance Department had announced 14 schemes for Punjab province this year (Sindh Province CM on Imran Khan). At the same time, 10 plans were announced for Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 28 for Balochistan and only two for Sindh. “Only two schemes worth Rs 1.5 billion have been announced for Sindh,” he complained.
Sindh gives 70 percent revenue
Shah says that for a province that generates 70 percent of the country’s revenue, the announcement of so many projects is very less. Shah said that no project in Sindh has been included in the National Highway Authority (NHA) portfolio. The NHA has allocated only Rs 7 billion for Sindh development projects this year. Earlier on Monday, the Chief Minister of Sindh also wrote a letter to Imran Khan. In which he complained that he is not thinking anything about the people of this province.
protests in bahria
Regarding the ongoing protests in Bahria Town, he said that construction work is allowed on all the land purchased by Sindh province. Shah said, ‘We have said that a peaceful protest is going on and the protesters have been asked not to indulge in violence, not to block roads and not to give provocative speeches.’ There were a lot of protests against land grabbing here. During this a lot of violence was seen (Sindh Province Situation). People had set fire to shops and vehicles. Tear gas shells were fired at people in police action. Later, the Anti-Terrorism Court in Karachi ordered the remand of 120 people for two days.
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