Will protest if Murad Ali Shah is made CM: Liaquat Jatoi
LARKANA: Former Chief Minister of Sindh Liaquat Jatoi on Monday cautioned that if Murad Ali Shah was made the new Chief Minister of Sindh, then he would challenge against the choice.
“Murad Ali Shah is of a questionable character and can’t be acknowledged as the Chief Minister”, said Jatoi.
Liaquat Jatoi, who is a previous Chief Minister of Sindh, further said that there were still numerous terrorist groups and their pioneers working in Sindh.
Remarking on the issue of expansion of Rangers’ forces and stay in Sindh, he said that if the Rangers were not allowed powers, then he would go to court against that choice.
“Officers must be allowed full power to act in Sindh,” he said. He reprimanded the PPP initiative by expressing that it was running Sindh government from Dubai, which was not in the slightest degree satisfactory.
The Pakistan Peoples Party settled on Sunday to expel Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah from the post of Chief Minister and select Murad Ali Shah in his stead. Real changes are likewise expected in the Sindh government, which are liable to be declared on Tuesday.