Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf PTI Vice President and the leader of opposition in Sindh Assembly Haleem Adil Sheikh has said that his party would not tolerate excesses with the trader community of megacity Karachi.
According to details, a delegation of Karachi traders met with a delegation of PTI led by Haleem Adil in the office of the leader of opposition in Sindh Assembly.
The traders’ delegation was comprised of Atiq Mir, SharjeelGoplani, JameelPiracha, WaqasAzam, Ahmed Shamsi, Abdul MajeedNoorani, Taib Siddiqui, Abdul Khaliq, ShahidMandia, Muhammad Arif, Muhammad Aslam Arain and others.
The PTI delegation included PTI Karachi president KhurramSherzaman, MPAs Raja Azhar, ShahnawazJadoon, and PTI leader NaeemAdil Sheikh.
The traders expressed their reservations about brutal lockdown of the Sindh government.
Later, addressing a joint press conference, Haleem Adil said that now if anyone harrassed a trader we will break his legs.
He said after 6pm the police start its own lockdown and heavily fine traders for opening shops.
He said Sindh chief minister is the head of Sindh police. He said the provincial government puts burden on NCOC when it suits them and bypass the NCOC when it suits them.
He said trade is open in whole Pakistan but law in enforced in Karachi only after 6pm.
He said due to the timely efforts of the federal government, today Pakistan is facing India like situation. He said our poor people will die of hunger if a strict lockdown is slapped.
Haleem said that the Sindh government is trying to scandalise the NCOC. He said any conspiracy against traders is a conspiracy against Pakistan.
He said the PPP is putting the security of state to stake for its vested political interests. He said some steps of Sindh government are not in line with the NCOC announcements.
He said like fake bank account now fake fine challans are made. It would be seen if this looted money goes to CM House or Bilawal House.
PTI Karachi President KhurramSherzaman said on the occasion that the Sindh government is creating a state within state.
He said today the business community is demanding Governor Rule in Sindh.