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Lickspittles of ‘Sadiq anday’ begin criticising Sindh govt each morning: CM Murad Ali Shah

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  • Shah stated PTI leaders “hold meetings just to figure out how to malign the govt of Sindh”
  • Underlined the PPP-led govt’s efforts for “welfare of Sindh’s people without discrimination”
  • States that Yellow Line venture’s funding “has been approved”, work to begin quickly

KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah on Tuesday lambasted the PTI regime for consistently attacking the PPP-led provincial authorities, saying that the “lickspittles of Sadiq Anday start criticising us every morning”.

Utilizing a reference to the Supreme Courtroom’s declaration of Prime Minister Imran Khan being “Sadiq,” or trustworthy chief, CM Shah stated PTI’s “lickspittles hold regular meetings to figure out how to malign the government of Sindh”.

“They are the enemies of Sindh and they cannot digest the progress of the provin,” he added.

He additionally lamented that regardless of its promise, the federal authorities didn’t pay Sindh its due share of Rs63 billion.

Learn extra: Low funds by fed govt hampered improvement in Sindh, CM Murad tells Bilawal Bhutto

Regardless of the cited shortage of sources, Shah underlined that the PPP-led authorities of Sindh has been working for the welfare of the individuals within the province with none discrimination. 

“Internal roads in Umar Village and [Karachi’s] Ibrahim Hyderi are being constructed,” with a route connecting Ibrahim Hyderi to Lat Basti, he defined, including that the Mehran Freeway would even be constructed quickly.

The chief minister stated the Sindh authorities had began plenty of improvement tasks in Korangi, together with the Yellow Line venture which can be related to the neighbourhood.

“Funding for the Yellow Line project has been approved,” the Sindh CM acknowledged, including that work on it will quickly begin.

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