Islamabad: Prime Minister Imran Khan in a meeting with the delegation of opposition parties in Sindh rejected any deal with the PPP.
Prime Minister Imran Khan met with a delegation of coalition members from Sindh province headed by Governor Sindh Imran Ismail.
Kishore Zahra, Kanwar Naveed Jamil, Faisal Sabzwari, Khwaja Azhar-ul-Hassan, Mohammad Hussain Khan, Hameed Al-Zafar and Mohammad Rashid Khalji were present at the meeting while Dr Fahmida Mirza, Ghaus Bakhsh Mehr, Arbab from the Grand Democratic Alliance (GDA) were present in the meeting. Ghulam Rahim, Murtaza Jatoi, Ayaz Plazo, Safdar Abbasi, Zulfiqar Mirza and Ali Gohar Meher were the participants.
Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Minister for Planning Asad Omar, Energy Minister Omar Ayub Khan, Minister for Naval Affairs Ali Haider Zaidi, Opposition Leader Firdous Shamim Naqvi, Halim Adil Sheikh, and Khurram Sher Zaman attended the assembly.
According to the Prime Minister’s Office, the meeting was briefed on the progress of welfare and development projects in Sindh province, while the participants demanded to ensure that the royalty money received in Sindh was utilized in the area.
The meeting agreed to set up focal personnel in the federal ministries to solve Sindh related issues.
On the occasion, Prime Minister Imran Khan said that the development and prosperity of the people of Sindh is among the top priorities of the federal government and the federal government will take all possible steps for the welfare and development of the people of Sindh.
He further said that the main agenda of the PTI government is to end corruption and corruption will not be tolerated at any cost. The deadlock will continue.
The internal story of Sindh opposition parties’ meeting with Prime Minister Imran Khan has been revealed. According to sources, Sindh Governor, IG and Chief Secretary also attended the meeting with the Prime Minister.
Sources said that more than 25 members of PTI, MQM and GDA participated in the meeting and members raised complaints of abuse of Sindh government and corruption to the Prime Minister.
Sources say that the coalition members also complained of restricting the powers of the Sindh government, governor, chief secretary and IG.
According to sources, the opposition members of Sindh questioned whether the federal government has done a deal with the People’s Party, Prime Minister Imran Khan replied that no question of a deal with PPP.
The Prime Minister said that corruption has occurred in Sindh in the last 10 years, there is no room for corrupt people in Pakistan and everyone will turn.
According to sources, the delegation also presented evidence to the Prime Minister about the corruption of Sindh government and federal officers complained that the federal officers behave badly on the wishes of the provincial government.
Prime Minister Imran Khan, while pointing to action against federal officers who were part of the Sindh government’s corruption, said that if the police and administration officials proved corruption, they will take action.