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JI will not let Sindh Govt to impose controversial policies: Hafiz Nasrullah Aziz Channa

By: Adeel Alvi
SHIKARPUR: A protest rally was taken out by the Jamaat-e-Islami Shikarpur on the call of the Central Ameer Sirajul Haq against the inept policies and performance of the Sindh Government. The rally was led by the Provincial Naib Ameer Hafiz Nasrullah Aziz Channa, Wasim Ahmec Shaikh, District Ameer Abdul Rehman Mangrio, Abdul Ghani Bhatti, District Ameer of AKF Hafiz Niaz Ahmed Bhatti and others led the rally which marched through different parts of the city. Addressing on the occasion, Hafiz Nasrullah Channa said that the Sindh Government due to its incompetence and favoritism has corrupted every department. To deprive the people further of their basic rights the local bodies’ act has been amended. The provincial government instead of providing relief to the people is increasing their problems by imposing controversial policies. The people of Sindh have become aware about the real performance of the PPP leaders due to which they will never support them in the general or local bodies’ elections due to which the provincial government is using different tactics to save its reputation. JI and the people of Sindh will never let the provincial government to suppress the people and deprive them of their basic rights, he added. He demanded of the Sindh Government to take its decision back about amending the local bodies’s system in the province, otherwise he has announced to widen their protest with the support of the people throughout the province of Sindh.

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