Sindh reluctant over apex committee decisions
The Government of Sindh seems to be reluctant over the implementation of the decisions of Sindh Apex Committee.
The province had to be divided into Karachi, Hyderabad and Sukkur zones, due to the security situation of Sindh, however the Chief Minister, Qaim Ali Shah said today that no decision was made in this regard.
He told that the provincial authorities are in touch with Rangers and intelligence agencies (IAs) and the matter of zonal apex committees will be settled soon.
The provincial government of Sindh has repeatedly drawn criticism over its alleged interference in different institutions, while the same issue popped up in Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s recent meeting with provincial authorities and officials of the law enforcement agencies (LEAs) in Karachi.
Sources told that the federation seeks removal of the chief secretary Sindh and the IG, while the Sindh government is delaying the matter taking shelter of the 18th Amendment.
Four home secretaries have been shuffled in the province in just two months of time, while the present acting Home Secretary, Kabir Qazi has already been dismissed by the prime minister over corruption charges.
But, the Sindh government – to everyone’s surprise – has not yet received the notification of his dismissal.