HYDERABAD -- The Opposition leader in the Sindh Assembly, Firdous Shamim Naqvi, has said Pakistan Peoples Party's defeat in the Larkana by-election was a verdict of the people against the the ruling party's misrule and corruption in Sindh.
He expressed these views while addressing a public meeting organized outside Hyderabad Press Club here late Friday to pay tribute to Prime Minister Imran Khan.
Firdous Shamim praised the Prime Minister for providing great leadership to the country, expressing the hope that the economic woes will begin to fade in the coming year.
He said the PPP's bad governance and corruption had turned it into an anti Sindh party. "The people have rejected the PPP," he underlined.
Naqvi asked why JUI-F's leader Maulana Fazlur Rehman wanted to take out long march and stage sit-in protest in Islamabad. He told that the Prime Minister had formed a committee to negotiate with the JUI-F's leadership over the issue.
The PTI Sindh's President MPA Haleem Adil Sheikh said the PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari should start a movement to end HIV, AIDS and malnutrition from Sindh instead of a movement against the central government. "If you don't start such a movement than we will do," Sheikh warned.
He blamed the PPP for embezzling the public funds and for not being able to even clear the solid waste from Karachi's neighborhoods.
The PTI leader said he personally visited Larkana prior to the October 17 by-election and witnessed a...