No Govt in Sindh but Zardari’s bandit rule prevailing: Aslam


Senior Provincial Minister Mian Aslam Iqbal has said that there is no government in Sindh but Zardari’s bandit rule is prevailing. Sharjeel Memon instead of accusing the Punjab government of stopping wheat and supply of flour should pay attention to correct the affairs of Sindh government. Why Sindh government does not buy wheat? Stop blaming Punjab by smuggling its own wheat. Punjab is the only province where a bag of flour is available at the lowest price.

Along with producing wheat, Punjab also fulfills the needs of other provinces. Senior Provincial Minister Mian Aslam Iqbal has expressed these views while talking to the media during an open court in the LDA office said that people under investigation of NAB cannot work for the rehabilitation of the flood victims because the flood victims are not ready to trust these corrupt people. He said that Imran Khan was blacked out on the channels during the telethon to collect aid for the flood victims.

Those who blackout Imran Khan are going to be out of politics themselves. Imran Khan is the only leader who is trusted by the entire nation and international institutions. Pakistan’s politics revolves around Imran Khan, without him, Pakistan’s politics is zero.

Those who dream of bringing change in Punjab should fulfil their passion. Mian Aslam Iqbal said that it is not wise to cling to power if anyone is unable to rule the country. The entire nation demands that the people be given the right to decide.

The senior provincial minister listened to the problems related to LDA, reprimanding the concerned officers for the delay in solving the problems of some citizens and said that in future on the complaint, action will be taken against the concerned officer on the spot.

The senior provincial minister also disposed of the long-pending cases.

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