Sindh CM wants ban on public transport: ISLAMABAD: Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah suggested on Wednesday that the National Command as well as Procedure Centre (NCOC) should suspend inter-city public transport amid increasing variety of Covid-19 situations.
Speaking to the media after appearing before an accountability court in the Nooriabad power plant case, he stated the coronavirus scenario did not worsen in Sindh because of the rural federal government’s efforts.
He added the rural federal government imposed a lockdown in the district despite the federal government’s opposing the step.
CENTIMETERS Murad stated the nation is headed for the crisis at once when the globe has actually appeared of it, slamming the slow-pace of the recurring countrywide Covid-19 vaccination drive.
He claimed he had been summoned in the case of the Nooriabad power plant that is not only functional yet providing less costly electricity to the people of Karachi.
According to the reference submitted by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB), CM Murad Ali Shah is implicated of misusing powers in dispensation of funds for the Nooriabad power plant project.
It stated that public funds worth billions were embezzled for Nooriabad Power Business as well as Sindh Transmission as well as Dispatch Firm. Murad and also Abdul Ghani Majeed are among 17 persons who are chosen in the corruption referral by the anti-graft watchdog.