Khuhro terms Dr Sattar's divisive talk bid to foment hatred.

LARKANA -- Pakistan Peoples Party Sindh president Nisar Ahmed Khuhro has said that Dr Farooq Sattar's call for creating more administrative units in Sindh is a deliberate attempt to foment hatred among people of the province.

Mr Khuhro said while addressing a number of gatherings here on Sunday that Dr Sattar should remember that administrative units already existed in the province in the shape of divisions and advised him to refrain from talking about new province. Sindh was one and would remain one, he said emphatically.

He said in answer to a question that Sindh would play an effective role in the campaign to dislodge Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf government to be launched after Eid as Sindh had a long history of launching political struggles.

Mr Khuhro said that PPP's caravan from Sindh would join Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari's campaign and Prime Minister's House would feel more tremors from more Iftar parties in the days to come in which Bilawal would huddle together with leaders of opposition parties. If only one Iftar party could cause so much pain in ruling party's ranks, more would certainly make them scream, he said.

He said that slogan of 'Go Imran Go' would soon reverberate throughout the country as Imran Khan's government had already become highly unpopular.

He recalled that once Imran Khan had torn up and burnt energy bills during his sit-ins but as the prime minister he himself had raised electricity and gas bill to such an extent that people were forced to commit self-immolation.

He said that people now wanted a better Pakistan and not Imran Khan's naya Pakistan because no improvement or development could come about till Mr Khan was prime minister.

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