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Shehbaz Sharif suggests PM to consult with Sindh Govt to solve Karachi issues

Syed Umarullah HussainiWeb Editor

03rd Sep, 2020. 01:59 pm
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Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz President Shehbaz Sharif has suggested that Prime Minister Imran Khan should consult Sindh Government in order to solve the problems of Karachi.

According to the details, while addressing media in Lahore, Shehbaz Sharif said that the Sindh government is working in Karachi to the best of its ability. The business community in Karachi has also been affected by the floods.

Shehbaz Sharif said that immediate action should be taken by formulating a comprehensive relief and rescue plan. He said The negligence of the federal and provincial governments is reprehensible and regrettable.

Earlier, the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz’s central president, Mian Shahbaz Sharif, arrived in Karachi for a day-long visit to the metropolis ravaged by rains and prolonged power outages last week. He was accompanied by party Secretary General Ahsan Iqbal and spokesperson Marriyum Aurangzeb and held a meeting with PML-N leaders at the Karachi airport’s lounge.

Shahbaz visited various rain-affected areas of District Malir and Nazimabad and met the people. He also visited Baldia Town, his National Assembly constituency, from where he had lost to Federal Minister Faisal Vawda with a small margin in the 2018 general elections. Shahbaz also visited the Edhi Centre and met with Faisal Edhi.

While talking to the media at the airport, Shahbaz advised the prime minister not to politicise the problems being faced by the people of Karachi and instead help them. He also said that the federal government should consult with the provincial government over the relief operations in the port city. “After the destruction in Karachi due to [recent spell of] rains, everyone must work with unity. Politics should not be done when Karachi is under water,” said the former Punjab chief minister.

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