“You dare to impose the governor rule in the province? Let’s do it,” said Khuhro in a hard-hitting tone.
Addressing a press briefing here, the senior PPP leader said Rangers do not have legal powers for last ten days, adding no untoward incident occurred as well during the period.
It was necessary to justify detention of a person for 90 days, he said in an indirect reference to Dr. Asim Hussain’s arrest.
He stated that the Sindh government had not taken any decision to withdraw Rangers from the province. He said after 18th amendment, permission from assembly is mandatory for extension in Rangers stay.
Mr. Khuhro was of the view that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, Pakistan Muslim League (Functional) & Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) caused disturbance in the Sindh Assembly, which was condemnable.
Opposition parties have lost the chance, a resolution could not be presented in tomorrow’s session, he added.