Sindh govt has done nothing to help flood victims: Zaidi.

MIRPURKHAS -- Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf Sindh president Ali Zaidi has said that three months has passed since the devastating rains and flood struck the province but Sindh government is still making plans to provide relief to victims who have survived this difficult period without government help.

Zaidi said at a press conference at Insaf House here on Wednesday that Pakistan Peoples Party had destroyed the province by making new records of corruption and plundering resources.

He said that PTI believed in democracy and demanded free and fair election to ensure political and economic stability in the country. Without peace, justice and rule of law the country could not move forward, he said.

He admitted that 'neutrals' had always remained involved in government making over the past 70 years of the country's history but henceforward there should be no more decisions...

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