KARACHI: Chief Minister Sindh Murad Ali Shah on Saturday said it would be better if Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan had concentrated more on his job rather than lambasting Chairman Pakistan Peoples Party Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, ARY News reported.
He also decried the federal government’s decision of replacing governor of Sindh without taking the provincial government into confidence.
“I acknowledge that appointment of a governor is a prerogative of prime minister, but it was better if the federal government had pre-informed the provincial government before replacing the governor,” he said while talking to media during a visit to Saint Patrick’s School in Karachi.
The CM also spoke about the ‘alarming situation’ of Karachi and said the government was working for the betterment of the metropolis.
Separately, PPP senators Saeed Ghani and Aajiz Dhamrah also lambasted Nisar for his statements against their young party chairman.
Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan on Friday criticised Bilawal Bhutto by claiming that the young politician knows little about country’s politics.
“Bilawal insults veteran politicians and his elders by calling them Chacha (uncle). The boy knows nothing about country’s politics,” said Nisar.
“A non-serious kid who is unaware of the basics of politics and doesn’t even know how to speak Urdu insults senior politicians by calling them Chacha, Chacha,” said Nisar.
The interior minister lamented that a vibrant political force like PPP is being led by a novice like Bilawal.
PPP Senator Aajiz Dhamrah Nisar Khan should put his own house in order before commenting on Pakistan’s most popular youth leader.
“Bhuttos and the masses are in heart to heart and soul to soul communication and any bad words against Bilawal Bhutto would only backfire with a thunder,” he added.
PPP Senator Saeed Ghani said that the interior minister should look into the mirror before criticizing the PPP chairman.
Advisor to Sindh Chief Minister on Information Moula Bukhsh Chandio said Bilawal still had to visit Punjab and the Pakistan Muslim League-N senior leader was already afraid of him.