Advisor to chief minister Sindh for information, law & anticorruption Barrister Murtaza Wahab has said that entire nation was confused over contradictory statements being issued by some federal ministers and he has, therefore, sought an explanation from the federal government on factual position. In a statement issued on Friday, the provincial advisor said that foreign minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has declared that a war has become inevitable after a week, contrary to this; water resources minister Faisal Vawda is giving the nation good news of innumerable job opportunities.
He said Prime Minister Imran Khan should inform youth whether they clean their weaponry or pay attention on preparing attractive curriculum vitae. ‘Should nation follow the doctrine of Mushtaq Ghani, who advised people to consume one meal or start preparation for celebration on Faisal Vowda’s information,” he added. He said that it was claimed that Khyber PakhtoonKha to light up Pakistan but today it was Thar which illuminated entire Pakistan adding that credit of it goes to Sindh government of Pakistan Peoples Party.
He said that Sindh government has accomplished its commitment with people. The promises made with people by the leadership of PPP is being completed, contrary to this, the provincial advisor added that PTI was wasting its energies on satisfying people on its U-turns and bogus promises. Barrister Murtaza Wahab said that factories of Faisalabad have started their power looms on electricity produced from Thar Coal Project. Today mission of Shaheed Bhutto, who retrieved soil of Thar from India, has been completed.
Shaheed Mohtaram Benazir Bhuttto’s dream of illuminating Pakistan through Thar coal is fulfilled today. He said that great mother of PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari and Syed Abdullah Shah father of chief minister Sindh laid foundation stone of Thar project adding that today talented son of Shaheed BB and son of Syed Abdullah Shah has completed Thar coal project. He said that pigmies of politics, who criticized policies of Pakistan Peoples Party, were silent now.