Nasir Shah rules out any differences among PDM parties

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Sindh Minister for Information, Local Government, Forest NasirHussain Shah has dispelled the impression of differences within the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), saying that the movement was running smoothly as per decided path and all the members of PDM in the parliament have submitted their resignation to their respective leadership. He was talking to media persons at ShaheedMohtarama Benazir Bhutto Park after planting a sapling on the 1st day of New Year on Friday. The minister said that PTI government has started campaign to create disinformation and added that there were no differences in the PDM. He said that The PDM had decided to hold public meetings, rallies, protests, sit-ins, no-confidence motion and resignation from assembly was lost phase of the movement. The minister added that all the elected members of parties in PDM have submitted their resignations to their leadership. When the time comes, they will submit their resignations to the Speakers of the respective Assemblies. He said that if PDM decides option of resignation, they will not participate in the Senate elections. In response to a question, he said that by-elections and senate elections are a political process and how can we keep ourselves out of the political process. He said that due to the incompetence of the federal government, the common man is worried. The people are worried about paying their daily bread, children school fees, gas and electricity bills and now The PTI government has given a New Year’s gift to people by increasing the petroleum prices. The provincial minister recalled the crisis of wheat, sugar, medicine, oil and LNG and stated that federal government allowed the export of wheat on subsidies rates and then failed to handle the new crop of wheat which was smuggled from the country. Later, substandard wheat was imported. The provincial minister blamed that these crisis were created to benefits their blue eyed .The Provincial Minister Information and Forest Syed NasirHussain Shah greeted the people of Pakistan on New Year and prayed that it would be a year of improvement. He said that on the vision of Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, Sindh government has decided to take the New Year as the year of restoration of forests in Sindh and more and more trees will be planted in 2021. Special Assistant to Chief Minister Sindh ShehzadMemon, Secretary Forest DrBadarJamilMendhro, PPP leader QaisarNizamani, SardarNazakat, Director Press Information Jahangir Khan Abro and others were also present at the occasion.

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