He lamented the education department authorities for opening schools in the chilling season and said that they should have announced the vacations keeping in view the weather forecast.
He also expressed concerns about the presence of sewage water in Clifton Block: 02.
KARACHI: Reacting over court’s verdict against Nawaz Sharif, President Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Karachi Division and MPA, Khurram Sherzaman on Monday, said that verdict has certified that Nawaz Sharif is ‘godfather’ of corruption. In his statement issued here today, Khurram Sherzaman said that PTI’s top priority is corruption free Pakistan. Prime Minister Imran Khan is fighting against this menace in the country, he continued. “Every corrupt will be made accountable, now it’s Zardari’s turn after Nawaz…
KARACHI: Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf's (PTI) Sindh Assembly member Khurram Sherzaman has received a legal notice from Mayor Wasim Akhtar over his statement over the anti-encroachment operation in Karachi. A PTI spokesperson in party's reaction over the matter on Wednesday said that if Wasim Akhtar considers himself a public representative, he should remain open for questions. Those raising voice over the illegal actions of the mayor could not be suppressed, the spokesperson said. Serving a legal notice instead of…
KARACHI: The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) on Tuesday submitted a resolution in the Sindh Assembly seeking extension in policing powers of Pakistan Rangers Sindh which expired on January 15. MPA and PTI Vice President Karachi Khurram Sherzaman submitted the resolution to the assembly's secretary to move the resolution under Rule 256 of the Rules and Procedure of the Provincial Assembly of Sindh 2016. READ MORE: Sindh cabinet considers extension in Rangers policing powers The resolution calls on the government of Sindh…
KARACHI: The problem-ridden Muthaida Quami Movement (MQM) which is the second largest party in the Sindh Assembly has decided not be field its candidate for the post of Chief Minister, ARY News reported.
KARACHI: Although Murad Ali Shah is widely expected to be the next Chief Minister of Sindh, it is unlikely that he would have a smooth ride in the provincial assembly.