- PTI chief Haleem Adil Sheikh claims PPP is the “biggest land grabber” in Sindh
- He says farmhouse was demolished as a result of Sindh govt is finishing up a political vendetta towards PTI leaders
- PTI chief says demolition of farmhouse was an act of revenge towards PTI’s protest rally from Hyderabad to Karachi
KARACHI: Following the demolition of the farmhouse of the brother of Sindh Meeting opposition chief Haleem Adil Sheikh and registration of circumstances towards him, the PTI leaders in Sindh have demanded a judicial fee to analyze land points within the province.
Sheikh, in a press convention on Sunday, stated his fingers have been clear and leaders of the ruling PPP are the “biggest land grabbers” in Sindh.
The PTI central vp was flanked by MNA Jay Pirkash Ukrani, PTI Karachi President Khurrum Sher Zaman, MPAs Dr Imran Shah, Dua Bhutto, Karim Bux Gabol, PS-88 by-poll candidate Jansher Junejo and others.
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The PTI chief claimed that the PPP-led Sindh authorities was finishing up a political vendetta towards his get together leaders.
“We have legal documents for every inch of our lands. These leased lands were purchased by my cousin from Muni Begum,” claimed the MPA.
“The deputy commissioner Malir had already made a report about these lands and after a committee was formed in 2011, the matter was approved by the Board of Revenue,” stated Sheikh.
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Firing a broadside on the PPP, the PTI chief alleged that Syed Owais Muzaffar Tapi, an in depth aide of former president Asif Ali Zardari, had illegally occupied 1000’s of acres of lands in Karachi.
“Now, provincial minister Syed Nasir Hussain Shah is involved in illegal occupation of land on fake challans,” additional alleged the PTI chief.
The PTI chief maintained that the land the place the demolition passed off was owned by his family members which was leased to them and never occupied.
He stated the demolition of the farmhouse on Saturday was an act of revenge towards him as a result of the PTI had staged a protest rally from Hyderabad to Karachi towards sugar mills and the Omni Group.
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“Since 2018, the PPP government tried its best to implicate me in false cases but it got no proof against me,” claimed the PTI chief.
The opposition chief within the Sindh Meeting additional claimed that the anti-corruption division had despatched a report back to the Sindh chief secretary to take motion towards him, however the bureaucrat refused to take motion saying that there was no proof of land-grabbing in his case.
Sheikh went on to allege that authorities officers had attacked the farmhouse of his family members on Saturday on the behest of the chief minister.
“The chief minister has lost senses after I became the opposition leader,” stated the PTI chief.
Haleem Adil Sheikh booked for disruption in anti-encroachment drive
On Sunday, Sheikh was booked for tried homicide, interference in authorities duties, and disruption throughout an anti-encroachment drive carried out at his Malir farmhouse a day prior.
Karachi police stated the primary data report towards Sheikh — the chief of the Opposition within the Sindh Meeting — included clauses pertaining to disturbing peace, monetary loss to authorities property, assault on authorities staff, tried homicide, intimidation, and interference within the authorities’s work.
Not less than 70 folks, together with the PTI lawmaker, have been named within the case filed on the Memon Goth police station on behalf of Muhammad Ayub, a resident of Karachi’s Korangi neighbourhood.
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The case was filed after an operation towards Sheikh’s household farmhouses in Karachi on Saturday wherein anti-encroachment groups encountered resistance, with protesters throwing stones at authorities workers and smashing home windows of their autos.