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PPP is trying to buy Punjab’s MPAs: Haleem Adil Sheikh 

PPP is trying to buy Punjab’s MPAs: Haleem Adil Sheikh 

PPP is trying to buy Punjab’s MPAs: Haleem Adil Sheikh 

PPP is trying to buy Punjab’s MPAs: Haleem Adil Sheikh 

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  • He said that dacoits and thieves have lodged politically motivated cases against him.
  • Haleem Adil Sheikh said that Asif Zardari involved in dirty work in Pakistan.
  • He said governor Punjab acted unconstitutionally by summoning assembly session.
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KARACHI: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Haleem Adil Sheikh said that a market has been set up to buy MPAs of Punjab with looted money of Sindh.

Opposition Leader Sindh Assembly Haleem Adil Shaikh speaking to the media outside the Anti-Terrorism Court said that he has once again appeared in the Terrorism Court.

He said that dacoits and thieves have lodged politically motivated cases against him.

Haleem Adil Sheikh said that Asif Zardari and the Sindh government are involved in every dirty work done in Pakistan. He said the trading of consciences in the Sindh House was done and now the market has been set up for the purchase of MPAs of Punjab with looted money of Sindh.

He said governor Punjab acted unconstitutionally and added that the governor has no authority to give orders during the session.

The opposition leader Sindh said that Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah is threatening to seal the assembly but PTI is fully prepared to deal with the situation. He said the court has no authority to interfere in the proceedings of the assembly.

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