KARACHI: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday ensured the nationalist leaders and proficient political leaders of Sindh of the Centre’s assistance in settling decades-old dilemma in rural parts of the province ruled by the rival Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), politicians as well as sources stated.
The guarantee from the prime minister came at conferences at Governor House where he after executing groundbreaking ceremony of the Karachi Round Railway spent time with federal ministers, PTI legislators, leaders of allied parties and also various other popular politicians of the district.
The most considerable advancement came when previous Sindh chief minister and also senior leader of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Ghous Ali Shah satisfied the prime minister and announced that he was signing up with the PTI.
The news was made in a brief declaration issued by the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI), Karachi division, without offering details of the discussion held in between the two sides. Ghous Ali Shah had worked as Sindh CENTIMETERS from 1985 to 1988 under General Ziaul Haq’s tyranny as well as later as president of the province in 1999 when Nawaz Sharif was head of state.
Ghous, Zafar join PTI; SUP expresses reservations over huge housing projects
Also, previous priest of state for water and power Syed Zafar Ali Shah and Lawyer Murtaza Mahesar were among those leaders that joined the PTI.
Zafar Ali Shah is a seasoned political leader with an unstable history of political commitment. He had acted as member of the National Assembly, replacement audio speaker of the Sindh Setting up and government minister after being elected to both settings up on the tickets of the PML-N as well as the PPP in various periods of both celebrations.
The PM also satisfied a delegation of the Sindh United Event (SUP) led by its primary Syed Jalal Mehmoud Shah, which mainly went over rapid expanding housing projects on the outskirts of Karachi which, it believed, were making hundreds of native people homeless.
” We have actually told the prime minister that huge property housing projects without demographic as well as social considerations are regarded to be alarming dangers,” Mr Shah informed reporters outside Governor Home after satisfying the PM. “Post 172 as well as 173 of Constitution are really clear on supplying the right of ownership and also land procurement. Nonetheless, every so often the federal as well as the provincial federal governments are breaking all rules by converting natural habitats and also social heritages into mega property projects.”
He claimed that the SUP had additionally demanded a joint examination team (JIT) from the federal government to find out “hidden hands” behind sabotage and also arson strike in Bahria Town in June to ruin the tranquil sit-in of the Sindh Action Committee against some building contractors as well as the Sindh government.