Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah on Monday assured Ulemathat their reservations on new Trust Act would be removed by revisiting the law.
He took this decision while presiding over a meeting of the Ulema delegation, led by Mufti MunibRehman here at CM House here.
The delegation members included MaulanaRehanAmjad, Allama Syed Muzaffar Shah, AllamaLiaquat Hussain Azheri, Mufti Nazir Jan Naeemi, Mufti Rafi-ur- Rehman, Maulana Mohammad Ashraf Gormani and MaulanaYakoobAttari.
Chief Secretary Mumtaz Shah, Provincial Ministers Nasir Shah and Advisor Law MurtazaWahab, IG Sindh Mushtaq Maher, ACS Home Usman Chachar, PSCM Sajid Jamal Abro.
The Ulema delegation expressed serious reservations on the Trust Act and requested the government to revisit it.
The chief minister said that he respect opinion of the ulemas and has constituted a committee under the leadership of Minister Local Government Nasir Shah, while Education Minister Saeed Ghani and Advisor Law as its members.
The committee would hold a session with ulemas and discuss the clauses of the Trust Act and try to remove their reservations, he assured.
The recommendations of the committee, to be firmed up in consultation with the ulemas, would be taken up with the federal government for discussion and necessary action.
The ulemas thanked the chief minister for his cooperation.