OPP MPA wants Sindh CM to resign over poor performance

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Staff Reporter Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah should resign as despite that the PPP was ruling the province for 12 years the performance of the government is ‘Zero.’ Nusrat Seher Abbasi, the vocal MPA of Grand Democratic Alliance (GDA) expressed this view while talking to media at the Sindh Assembly building. The lawmaker condemned the murder of sitting PPP MPA Shahnaz Ansari in Naushehro Feroze, saying it was alarming that the PPP legislator was shot dead despite her ruled the province. The GDA MPA deplored the fact that the Sindh government did not provide security to the PPP MPA despite knowing that she had been facing threats. Nusrat castigated the Sindh government for neglecting law and order, which according to her was evident from the recent controversy over the transfer of the Sindh inspector general of police (IGP). She said instead of letting the IGP work, the local government minister was asking him to go on leave. “Let the IGP work,” she asserted. She blamed Sindh Agriculture Minister Ismail Rahu for creating flour crisis in the province and added the government had miserably failed to protect common citizens. “The poor class had not got any relief from the PPP.” The MPA alleged that the education department in Sindh was particularly affected by corruption, due to which standard of education had been in decline. Nusrat Seher lamented that in spite of a heavy budget for education, schools in Sindh were without classrooms and toilets. She said many girls in Sindh did not go to school just because of the reason that schools had no washrooms.