No conflict within PPP: Qaim Ali Shah
KARACHI: Chief Minister of Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah on Tuesday said that there was no contention inside the Pakistan Peoples Party.
As indicated by subtle elements, the Chief Minister was mourning with Khawaja Izhar-ul-Hassan over the passing of his dad when he addressed media work force. Qaim Ali Shah rejected the idea that there was any contention or inconsistency inside the PPP.
“Wow, there is no contention inside the Pakistan Peoples Party,” he said. “Whatever choice that gathering authority has chosen to take is in light of a legitimate concern for the region,” he included.
Qaim Ali Shah said that such changes were made by the gathering remembering the enthusiasm of Sindh.
The officeholder Chief Minister of Sindh is relied upon to leave today after a meeting is held at Bilawal House managed by PPP director Bilawal Bhutto Zardari.
Sources have expressed that senior PPP pioneer from Sindh Murad Ali Shah is relied upon to assume control as Qaim Ali Shah’s successor.