CM Murad stresses love, solidarity to move forward


Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah said Sunday while talking to the media at the mausoleum of Quaid-e-Azam, “We have come to pay homage to our leader,”.Acting Sindh Governor Agha Siraj Durrani was also present on the occasion.

“We have to strengthen this country together,” Murad Ali Shah stressed, adding that Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto made the country a nuclear power.

“Kashmiri brothers should also be remembered today,” he pointed out.“Pakistani flag was taken down for the PTI rally in Lahore yesterday. We condemn it,” the Sindh chief minister condemned.

“Imran Niazi has forgotten the love for the country; he has forgotten every tradition and value to come into power,” he castigated.

“The country is going through difficult times. We have to move forward with love and solidarity,” he emphasised.

“Don’t know what type of freedom these PTI people want. When we were studying, this Imran Khan used to play cricket. Now he has started studying, but the effects of studying on him are evident from his 12 seasons,” the chief minister made a sarcastic remark.


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