Shah laments sacking of PPP stalwarts from jobs

KARACHI: Chief Minister Sindh Murad Ali Shah told the Sindh Assembly on Thursday that people appointed by late prime minister Benazir Bhutto were later sacked from their jobs in political victimization, ARY News reported

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In his address to the House, Shah said the PPP government restored employees who were sacked for no reason.

He asked whether ‘any jiyala’ had no right to be employed. We will give them jobs (on merit), he added. He said a dictator had victimized number of political workers who will be provided long-awaited justice.

The chief minister lamented that people who had even passed Public Service Commission exams were sacked from their jobs.

We had strongly opposed sacking of doctors in 2003 and we struggled hard for their restoration, mentioned Shah.

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Shah laments sacking of PPP stalwarts from jobs

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