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Rights of Sindh March commences

SUKKUR: Rights of Sindh March, by he Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) started from Ghotki on Saturday (26th of February, 2022). 

Addressing to a large number of participants, Federal Ministers Shah Mehmood Qureshi, Ali Zaidi and others said they were raising voice of oppressed people of Sindh which was their democratic right.

They said they were being stopped from hoisting flags in different areas of Sindh while PPP government was using police to intimidate their workers.

Shah Mehmood Qureshi said that PPP was already suffering from fear and anxiety. Ali Zaidi said PPP was the first party to bring terrorism in politics.

He said that PTI’s Sindh Huqooq March was raising the voice for the rights of the downtrodden people who were victims of the provincial government’s corruption and bad governance.

He said the provincial government was responsible for increasing street crimes, tribal clashes and killings and incidents of harassment at the educational institutions.

MPA Hakeem Adil Shaikh and PTI General Secretary Sindh Mubeen Jatoi and others also spoke on the occasion.

Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting Farrukh Habib held that the “Huqooq-e-Sindh March” (Sindh rights march) manifested the growing distrust of the people in the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) led government in the province marred by bad governance, corruption and lawlessness.

In a news statement, he said that the ‘Huqooq-e-Sindh March’ by Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) would start from Ghotki which would reach Karachi on March 6 after passing through multiple districts of the province.

The minister said the PPP was ruling the province for the last 13 years, but failed to ensure public welfare and control crime rate. Due to insufficient number of ambulances, patients were still brought to hospitals in Sindh on wheelbarrow.

He lashed out at the PPP government for shifting blame of massive wheat misappropriation in Sindh on rats who, he ironically said, emboldened by witnessing a large-scale corruption in the province.

Farrukh astonished by the silence of PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto despite the confession of his party’s Food Minister on the floor of the provincial assembly about his corruption.

The people of Karachi had been left at the mercy of tanker mafia and hoarders, he said. | YouTube Channel

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