People of Sindh need alternative leadership, says Nisar
KARACHI: Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan on Saturday said that a single party is ruling Sindh province for last 10 years and their performance is before all so he thinks Sindh needs alternative leadership, ARY News reported.
Addressing a press conference in Karachi, Nisar said that Sindh’s situation is before everyone despite the fact that a single party is ruling the province for 10 years so his party will provide an option to the people of the province after consulting local allies.
“We think Sindh deserves better,” said Nisar.
About Dawn Leaks Inquiry Report
About the military’s rejection of Dawn Leaks inquiry notification, the interior minister said no formal notification has yet been issued in the Dawn Leaks case.
“A formal notification in this regard will be issued in the light of recommendations made and no effort will be made to protect anyone,” said Nisar.
He, however, maintained that tweets are not an appropriate way to address institutions while criticising media for turning a non-issue into a big issue “without any reason”.
Altaf Hussain doesn’t believe in Pakistan
Answering a question about MQM-London chief Altaf Hussain, he said that Mr Hussain is not being allowed to do politics in the country because he doesn’t believe in Pakistan.
He reminded the journalists that Karachi, the economic hub of the country, had been held hostage by a single person for long time, but the situation has changed now.
He said people of whole country appreciate the operation in Karachi that has resulted in improved law and order situation in the largest city of the country.