Sindh CM Murad hints at rejecting digital census results


Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah has hinted at rejecting the results of the digital census if the reservations of the province are not addressed by the federal government.

To highlight Sindh’s reservations on digital census, CM Murad Ali Shah wrote a letter to Federal Minister for Planning and Development AhsanIqbal. He stated that high rate of population was recorded in talukas and tehsils. He said that the Sindh government has reservations over freezing the population count of tehsils and villages. CM Shah added that Sindh’s reservations are not being heard by the federal government. The chief minister said that Sindh will not accept the census results if reservations are not addressed. Earlier, the federal government failed to complete the digital census process once again and made an extension for the fifth time. After another extension, the digital census process will be concluded on May 15 now. The population census was due to be concluded in early April but it was extended four times earlier. Federal Minister for Planning and Development AhsanIqbal said that the seventh population census.