Vote to the party which developed Lahore, Sindh Governor asks voters
KARACHI: Sindh Governor Muhammad Zubair on Thursday said that people criticizing Lahore’s development projects and progress on TV talk shows are responsible for deteriorating infrastructure and traffic system in Karachi, ARY News reported.
He was addressing Islamic Banking Conference in Karachi.
Expressing dissatisfaction on development work, Zubair said that Sindh has been left behind while apprising Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has directed him to constitute a committee comprising members from key state institutions and traders’ community for timely completion of the ongoing projects in Sindh.
“The situation in interior Sindh is far worse than Karachi”, Zubair noted while stating either one survey the areas or consider the statistics, the facts [in revelation of observation] would suggest the province not progressing.
He further said that Rangers would remain deployed in Karachi until the federal government satisfied with law and order situation in the city.
The governor also urged the attendees, “to vote for the political party, which developed Lahore in the upcoming elections next year”.
In response to Governor Sindh’s address, Chief Minister Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah said that its an unconstitutional act if a governor asks the masses to vote a political party.