KARACHI: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf leader and provincial legislator Haleem Adil Sheikh on Tuesday has taken a charge as opposition leader in Sindh Assembly.
“I will prove myself not only the voice of opposition, but also the voice of whole Sindh,” Sheikh said in a statement.
Meanwhile he also thanked Prime Minister Imran Khan and allies for supporting and giving him the opportunity.
The new opposition leader also criticised Pakistan Peoples Party-led government for not resolving the basic problems of Sindh despite ruling for 13 years. “Only progress is made in corruption,” he added.
Sheikh replaced another PTI leader Firdous Shamim Naqvi who had resigned from the post earlier this month.