Haleem asks CM to quit over fake figures in budget


Opposition Leader in Sindh Assembly Haleem Adil Sheikh along with other party MPAs on Wednesday addressed a news conference in his office in Sindh Assembly and lashed out at Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah for making false, fabricated and baseless statistics while presenting the fiscal budget on Tuesday.

The Paksitan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader claimed that their decision to register the peaceful protest during the session was their democratic right to expose the corrupt and wicked rulers of Sindh, who according to him, had failed to provide any relief to the people of the province and to bring the changes in the damagedinfrastructure  in the entire province by not  carrying out the schemes despite having more than enough funds at their disposal .

Sheikh claimed that the PPP rulers in Sindh had crossed all the limits of the loot and plunder and caused widespread destruction and devastation everywhere.

Opposition Leader in Sindh Assembly Haleem Adil Sheikh reiterated that the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) rulers in Sindh  receivedRs 8,9 12 billion  over past 13 years but they  had done nothing for the people of the province adding he said that more than 80 percent of the amount was released to the Sindh government by the Federal Government.

Opposition Leader in Sindh Assembly Haleem Adil Sheikh said  that PPP rulers only spent the huge amount of Rs 1,646 billion on different so-called development schemes while the rest of  other amount was  lavishly spent on the merry-masking, dance   parties and construction of the palatial places.

“The corrupt rulers have  committed the malpractices and embezzlement of Rs 7,226 billion by showing the amount to have spent in non-development,” he added and said that those involved in such massive scams would have to be accountable for their  huge corrupt practices and depriving the people of the province of all the basic amenities of life for past many years.

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