Sindh CM anticipates arrival of new PM
Sindh Chief Murad Ali Shah remarked on Thursday that he was anticipating the arrival of a new prime minister.
The chief minister said on the talk show ‘Nadeem Malik Live’ that he had not had a meeting with Prime Minister Imran Khan yet and that it has been a year.
“Imran Khan wishes to run the country from Islamabad only,” said Shah, also adding that the current system did not seem to be working.
PM Khan had failed to run the country’s affairs, he claimed.
Talking about his party’s co-chairman, the chief minister said serving a prison term was not anything new for former president Asif Ali Zardari.
“Asif Ali Zardari is in illegal custody of NAB for the past six months,” he said, while adding that the former president had already served 11 years in prison previously without having committed any offence.
Shah said the condition of the former president was actually “very bad.” He also questioned transfer of cases against Zardari to Rawalpindi.