Kiyani castigates PPP bad governance in Sindh

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Our Correspondent

Hyderabad

The General Secretary Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf Amir Mehmood Kiyani has reprimanded Pakistan Peoples Party for alleged corruption and bad governance of its Sindh Government.
Talking to the media at the Insaaf House here on Friday said politics of self interests and dynasty was under way in Sindh. ’The people don’t get proper healthcare and other facilities but the rulers in the province live in the palaces worth billions of rupees,’ he said. He said the caravan of change had entered Sindh and asked the people to support PTI to get rid of the menace of corruption, nepotism and bad governance under widespread practice in Sindh.
The PTI leader said Prime Minister Imran Khan knew well the deprivations of Sindh’s people. Responding to a question, Kiyani said the institutions were independent and National Accountability Bureau (NAB) conducted inquiries against the opposition leaders which were instituted during the previous governments.

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