Karachi -- Pakistan Peoples Party chairperson Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, taking exception to the federal government's apparent reluctance to replace the provincial police chief, has alleged that Sindh is being treated like a 'colony'.
The remarks came during a press conference at the inauguration ceremony of the new 100MGD pumping station at Dhabeji on Tuesday.
'IGP(s) of Punjab and other provinces are changed in the blink of an eye,' said Bilawal, adding however that Sindh was entangled in rigmarole for a simple removal.
The PPP supremo questioned if there was a separate law for Sindh, as it was being treated like a colony and had to look elsewhere for orders. He asked the federal government not to prolong simple matters as 'they' [PPP] are also accountable to 'their' people (of Sindh) for redressal of issues.
The PPP-led Sindh government and the Pakistan Tehreek-e -Insaf-led federal government have been caught in a tug of war for the last couple of...