Bilawal to monitor Karachi development projects, depoliticise police
“We believe in rule of law and democracy and no one will be allowed to take law into their own hand,” he said while presiding over a high-level meeting attended by Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah and other prominent members of the party and provincial cabinet.
Murad briefed him about the ongoing development programmes and the progress made so far in the current fiscal year in Karachi. They stressed on resolving the issues of water, garbage and transport on priority basis and adopting policies to deal with these problems.
Bilawal also emphasised on the Sindh government for working with the elected representatives of local bodies and ensure that jobs are provided on merit and seeking their cooperation for good governance.
It was also decided to form to form a committee to prepare for a massive rally on 18th October to commemorate the ninth anniversary of the Karsaz attack in Karachi in which more than 180 people, mostly belonging to the PPP, lost their lives on an attack on the rally of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto.