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Zardari rules out CM Sindh’s removal

ISLAMABAD: While ruling out the possibility of governor rule being imposed in Sindh, former president Asif Ali Zardari Monday said Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah will not be removed from his position, ARY News reported.

Talking to journalists at Zardari House here, Asif Ali Zardari said that after the 18th Amendment it is not an easy thing to impose governor rule in Sindh.

He also rejected the replacement of Sindh CM Qaim Ali Shah.

Speaking about his party’s poor performance in recent elections, the PPP co-chairman said, “Peoples Party could not secure much seats due to the umpire, however it will strengthen its position in the Parliament once a neutral umpire is in place”.

In response to a question about Zulfikar Mirza, Zardari said that we understand that ex-home minister has been using foul language and acting on someone else’s directions.

Commenting on Pakistan China Economic Corridor (PCEC) route, he said that we have no reservations over the extension of the PCEC route.

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