KARACHI: Ishratul Ibad Khan, who has been removed from the post of governor Sindh after serving for 14 years, on Thursday said a book comprising his experiences as a governor was on the anvil, ARY News reported.
“The book titled ‘Or Who Jo May Keh Na Saka’ (and that I could not tell…) will reveal all the experiences which I could not share in interviews so far,” he said during a farewell meeting with journalists.
Apart from this, Ibad said he would spend most of his times with his children and take care of his fitness.
When the governor was pressed to tell what actually the book was about, he said he would write about the light ‘music’ that was played between the province and the center before 2008 (during former president Pervez Musharraf’s era) and the tussle that went on from 2008 to 2013 (during former president Asif Ali Zardari’s government).
He expressed best wishes for the nominated governor Sindh.
The former governor also thanked all the employees of the Governor House for their cooperation throughout his tenure.
“I am leaving Governor House with complete satisfaction,” he said.