Nawabshah: Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah on Friday criticized the federal government and said that provinces or opposition boards do not take decisions when making decisions about the country.
As reported Geo TVThe Chief Minister was addressing a function in Nawabshah where he said that Pakistan was being adversely affected due to the isolated attitude adopted by the Center.
“The PTI-led government does not talk to the provincial stakeholders or the opposition,” Shah claimed. “It is the policy of the federal government that the provinces are not on the board when making decisions.” Let’s take it. “
For example, he said the meeting of the Council of Common Interests (CCI) – a constitutional body that resolves power-sharing disputes between the federation and the provinces. It should have happened every three months, but it took the government six months. Arranging the last meeting.
In response to a question about the ongoing sugar scandal case against PTI leader Jahangir Tareen, Murad Ali Shah said: “We are watching Jahangir Tareen’s anger on TV. It seems that he is still PTI. There is some hope, but it will soon be over. ”
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