Centre, IRSA turning deaf ear as Sindh faces acute water shortage

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Our Correspondent
Thatta

Adviser to CM Sindh for Law Enjoinment and Costal Development, Barrister Murtaza Wahab, has said that Sindh was facing acute water shortage on which PPP is protesting and raising voice for the sufficient water release in Indus river and federal government and IRSA turning deaf ear, so have nothing done for people of Sindh to release water Share of Sindh and ensure sufficient water release in Kotri down stream.

He was addressing a crowd at Keanjhar Lake in a program to mark world environmental day. Here on Saturday.

Minister Culture & tourism Syed Sardar Ali Shah and district officials PPP local workers were among others on the occasion.

Strongly criticizing over federal government he said men of Sindh were passing through a worsen water, gas and power shortage and PPP is contesting case 20 millions people of country.

He said PM Imran Khan has badly failed to fulfill his promise that he had made with masses during las general election to provide 10 million jobs and 50 thousand homes to the people of country.