PTI Hyderabad demands resignation of Sindh Chief Minister
HYDERABAD: Pakistan Tehreek Insaf Hyderabad Division Chapter demanded resignation of Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah following his failure in providing relief to the people of the province.
In a statement, the Senior Vice President PTI Hyderabad Division Imran Qureshi said that ten years long provincial government of Pakistan Peoples Party has only increased poverty and unrest in the province.
The people of the province have been deprived of their basic rights while incompetent officers in the provincial government departments have destroy the economy of the province, he said and added that corrupt practices become order of the day and money earned through corruption is being laundered abroad which proved by the Joint Investigation Team of the Supreme Court.
He said that JIT report had leveled serious allegations upon 172 corrupt provincial ministers, bureaucrats
including PPP Co-Chairman Asif Ali Zardari and his front men. The countrymen have given mandate to PTI to make the corrupt persons accountable and recover the national exchequers from them, he said and added that PTI government would not compromise on issue of corruption and carry out struggle for rooting out corruption from the country.