Sindh chief minister Murad Ali Shah on Monday said that the government of Sindh has reserved five percent quota of jobs for religious minorities in the province. A delegation of the National Commission for Minorities headed by its chairman called on Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah.Sindh chief minister said that the government is fully implementing the jobs quota for minorities throughout the province. Talking on the state of minorities in Sindh, Murad Ali Shah said that the minorities protection bill has been under the consideration of the provincial legislature.
“I have three ministers in my cabinet who belong to the religious minority,” CM Shah said. “We are working for inter-faith harmony across the province,” he added. Sindh chief minister on Thursday warned the federal government of ‘strong’ masses’ reaction against the imposition of governor’s rule in the province.
Earlier, a number of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) MNAs hiding at Islamabad’s Sindh House appeared on the screen.
Reacting to the news about the imposition of the governor’s rule in Sindh, Sindh CM Syed Murad Ali Shah from his Twitter account said they will not tolerate any undemocratic move from the federal government.