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Sindh police Issue Is A Self-Imposed Crisis Of Sindh Government: PM

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Prime Minister Imran Khan decided to field the provincial leadership and federal ministers in Sindh while giving tough time to the Sindh government.

According to details, members of Sindh National and Provincial Assemblies met Prime Minister Imran Khan in which the PTI prepared a plan to respond to the Sindh government at the home ground while the plan will be implemented next week.

On the occasion, Prime Minister Imran Khan gave separate tasks to the Governor of Sindh, members of the Assembly and ministers, while calling the issue of Sindh police a self-imposed crisis of the Sindh government.

It was decided in the meeting that the Sindh government is also responsible for the wheat crisis, the matter will be brought before the people while the Sindh government will be taken in hand inside and outside the assembly.

It was also decided in the meeting that the federal ministers would visit Sindh every week and participate in party demonstrations while the first visit to Sindh would be made by federal ministers Asad Umar and Umar Ayub next week.

Sources said that it was stated in the meeting that rallies, demonstrations and rallies would be held in Sindh against the Sindh government while the corruption of the Sindh government would be exposed in the rallies and demonstrations.

Prime Minister Imran Khan took the members of the Sindh Assembly into confidence on the issues related to the islands and said that the propaganda about the islands is misleading.

Prime Minister Imran Khan further said that the Sindh government took political advantage by giving a different angle  to the issue

“I have an eye on the issue of Sindh Police while I am well aware of the arrest of Captain Safdar and the issue of Sindh Police,” said the Prime Minister.


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