Those seeking change in Sindh living in fools’ paradise: CM


KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah said on Tuesday that they are not against accountability in the country, but it should be held transparently and impartially.

“It is a matter of concern that we are being targeted,” he said while talking to media at Sindh House in Umerkot. The chief minister said: “Those who are talking about a change of the PPP government in Sindh are living in fools’ paradise.”

The opposition in the Sindh Assembly need 50 MPAs support to change the PPP government, but it could not even take one member of PPP. The supply of 330MW power to the national grid from first Thar coal plant had started, he said.

Shah said that providing sui gas is the responsibility of the federal government and we urge Imran Niazi to provide it to Thar and other districts of Sindh. He said that the PPP government is serving the people of Sindh.