ISLAMABAD: Taking strong exception to controversial statement of Minister for Information and Broadcasting Fawad Chaudhry about possible end of Pakistan Peoples Party’s (PPP) rule in Sindh, seasoned politician Khursheed Shah accused former of ‘disturbing’ the system through miscalculated remarks.
Warning Fawad against any unconstitutional move, Shah added if any such step is taken in a single province then whole system will suffer from repercussions. He said, “I hope federal govt will refrain from practicing any unconstitutional step.”
Shah added that nobody is willing to initiate a movement which would endanger incumbent system. On the other hand, Sindh’s minister Nasir Shah dubbed Fawad Chaudhry as ‘Fraud Chaudhry’.
On Sunday, Fawad stunned everybody with his statement hinting at and end of Sindh govt in the wake of widespread money laundering through myriad fake accounts. He was presiding over a session of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s (PTI) Sindh chapter.
“On one occasion, a street vendor becomes billionaire while on some other occasion rickshaw driver becomes instant millionaire”, taunted the firebrand minister while adding, “At present, Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) is ruling Sindh. Let’s see how long it will remain in place.”
The vocal minister hinted at constituting a complain cell in Governor House which would be connected with Prime Minister House. NNI