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PM Imran will announce package for Sindh on Friday: Haleem


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11:31 PM | April 14, 2021

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Vice President and the leader of opposition in Sindh Assembly Haleem Adil Sheikh has said that Prime Minister Imran Khan will visit Sukkur on Friday and announce a package for Sindh as a initiation of government’s efforts to facilitate the people of the province.

Addressing a press conference in Circuit House Sukkur, flanked by PTI Sukkur region president Syed Tahir Shah, Papu Chachar, Safia Malik and others, he said that the announcement of Sindh package by prime minister would be the beginning of development in this province. 

Haleem Adil said soft loans are being given to youth to save them from joblessness. He said that we want to do much more but the sword of the 18th amendment hangs over us. He said we support this amendment but many people have done corruption in the garb of this amendment.

He said that during coronavirus pandemic, the federal government gave Rs60 billion to Sindh. However, the PPP government wants all funds for its corruption, he added. 

The PTI leader said that people of Sindh would be given basic facilities. He said development of Sindh is development of Pakistan. He said more good news would come for the people of Sindh.

He said corrupt politicians are opposing the census. They do not want development of Sindh. He said they want posting of their favourite deputy commissioners to get delimitation that favours their political interests.

Haleem Adil said that census was due in Zardari government but he avoided it. He said in Sindh police system is in shambles. He said bribes are given for transfers and postings in police. 

He said as per planning and development, corruption of 44 percent was done in projects of Rs7billion during five years. 

The Opposition Leader in Sindh Assembly said healthcare sector in the province is in poor condition. Measles is spreading fast. In Larkana, AIDS is wide spread. He said Sheikh Rashid wanted to talk about Bengalis along with Biharis, it was just a slip of tongue.

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