Amid ruckus, CM Sindh Murad Ali Shah unveils ‘tax-free’ Rs1.71tr Sindh budget

KARACHI: Amid ruckus in the assembly, Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah on Tuesday presented an Rs1.7 trillion “pro-poor” and “tax-free” budget for the next fiscal year 2022-23.

The chief minister said the past year witnessed “extraordinary changes” — both nationally and internationally — and it ultimately impacted the common man.

“Despite that, the Government of Sindh vows to leave no stone unturned to ensure economic and political stability in the province, contributing its shares [to] the common national effort, which is in line with the vision of the PPP,” CM Shah said.

The chief minister prayed that Pakistan and its democracy be protected from the dangers and challenges that it is facing.

“May democratic forces always rise and shine in this country. May Almighty Allah bestow us with courage and ability to serve the people of our motherland.”

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