Sindh Government spokesman and Chief Minister Sindh’s Adviser for Law and Environment Barrister Murtaza Wahab accused the federal government of interfering in provincial affairs.
In the past, leaders of Sindh’s opposition parties, Tehreek-e-Insaf, Grand Democratic Alliance (GDA) and Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM), had met Prime Minister Imran Khan.
IG Sindh and Chief Secretary were also present in the meeting while opposition members had lodged complaints of Sindh government.
Sindh Police officers have been exchanged by the Establishment Division, which has come face to face with the Sindh government and the federal government.
Talking to media at Sindh Assembly Building, provincial government spokesman Barrister Murtaza Wahab said that a police officer was called to Islamabad on the request of a political leader. Read the constitution,You have to listen to the chief minister and not a federal minister.
“We used to say that the federalism is interfering , the governor’s office is not only political but constitutional, but the governor is constantly abusing his oath,” he said.
The spokesman said that the federal government was constantly interfering in the provincial affairs and giving practical evidence of deviation from the constitution and was engaged in conspiracies in Islamabad on the fringes of politics.
He added that Governor Sindh is very fond of politics but before this he must study the constitution so that he can know that his constitutional boundaries are within the bounds of something, if the Governor Sindh or the federal government understands. If we are scared of their unconstitutional actions, then it is their imagination.
The spokesman criticized the Sindh government’s Tehreek-e-Insaf leaders, saying that they should have kept the case of Sindh in front of the Prime Minister in Islamabad, but they only filed complaints against the Sindh government and the Chief Minister. Sindh is suffering from locust attacks, loss of crops and sindh’s farmers are worried, but the federal government is not helping in this regard.
Murtaza Wahab says that Governor in Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Balochistan did not appear to interfere in provincial affairs, but Governor’s actions and statements are condemnable.