Pakistan

Governor should not ask for votes from people, says CM Sindh

KARACHI: Chief Minister Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah on Thursday said Governor Sindh Mohammad Zubair should remain within constitutional limits and not ask for votes from masses while serving as the governor, ARY News reported.

“People will not cast vote on the governor’s asking,” he said while talking to a delegation of journalists at the CM House.

Earlier today, Zubair said Sindh has left behind in development comparing to Punjab. Masses should vote those who had developed Lahore, he added.

He had however acknowledged development works in Karachi. Upon which the CM Sindh thanked him and asked the governor Sindh to visit other cities of Sindh as well if he wanted to witness development.

Talking to the journalists, the chief minister said the development projects across Sindh would be completed by June.

To a query, he said Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan made no contact with him regarding abduction of former president Asif Ali Zardari’s aides.

He said Nisar had held the Sindh government responsible for the abductions.

Murad said abduction of Zardari’s aides was a failure of all.

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