Fazal, Bilawal’s transfer in Sindh, differences in posting matters

Fazal, Bilawal’s transfer in Sindh, differences in posting matters

Pakistan News Party chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari and Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam chief Fazlur Rehman are embroiled in a dispute over the transfer and posting of officials in Sindh, 24 News News TV reported on Saturday.

According to media reports, the TV channel reported that the same was the case behind Fazal’s turning a blind eye to an opposition rally in Larkana on the occasion of the death anniversary of the late Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto.

That is why, despite an invitation from former President Asif Ali Zardari, the JUI-F chief is not attending the rally in Garhi Khuda Bakhsh on December 27 (tomorrow) as its secretary general Maulana Abdul Ghafoor Haideri The party is going to represent a delegation headed.

According to sources, Fazal, who is also the president of the opposition parties Ittehad-e-Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), wanted to appoint some officers to key posts in Sindh as per his choice.

The JUI-F has also threatened the PPP that the FAL will boycott the gathering if its demands are not met.

Following the PPP’s refusal, Fazal has decided to attend the Larkana rally.

The JUI has even planned to hold a sit-in at the grave of the late Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto if the PPP does not appoint JUI-backed officials to the posts of its choice.

Sources said that the appointment of Fazal’s brother to the post of Deputy Commissioner of Central Karachi was also part of the same demand, which later faced resistance from the federal government and Fazal’s brother had to return to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

Participants of PDM meetings also claimed that in PDM meetings also Fazal demanded appointment of the said officials from PPP in Sindh.

Sources said that Bilawal is angry with Fazal and JUI over their demands and has also expressed his displeasure with them.

Bilawal has also told a local leader in Larkana that his worst enemies never threatened to sit on Benazir Bhutto’s grave.

It should be noted that Bilawal Bhutto also did not participate in the PDM’s Mardan rally. Another rift between the PDM parties and the PPP could arise as the PPP, which believes in the politics of reconciliation led by Asif Ali Zardari, is not in favor of resigning from the assemblies and will not contest by-elections. She also wants to run in the Senate. Elections.


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