Sindh ministers reject corruption allegations in procurement of school furniture

KARACHI: A central procurement committee undertook the process to buy public schools’ furniture in Sindh in an “independent and autonomous manner” without any interference, said Sindh Information Minister Saeed Ghani Wednesday.

The former education minister was joined by the incumbent education minister of the province, Syed Sardar Ali Shah, as the two held a news conference to reject corruption allegations levelled at them by the PTI.

A report carried by The News a couple of days ago said the Transparency International Pakistan had approached Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah with the complaint that the education department was allegedly purchasing dual desks for public schools at a 320% higher rate.

Both ministers, Ghani and Shah, asked the PTI’s Haleem Adil Sheikh to provide proof to back his corruption claims.

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