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PSP,MQM-Pakistan are following pattern of MQM-London chief: Murad Ali Shah

10 April, 2017

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DADU: Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah on Sunday said the Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) and MQM-Pakistan are following the pattern of MQM-London chief. He said that both parties are feeling absence of MQM-London chief Altaf Hussain hence they are following his pattern.

Shah was talking to journalists at his residence in village Wahur in Taluka Sehwan on Sunday. He said that the incidents of Kidnappings for ransom had not occurred in Sindh. He said that the investigations related with misings of friends of Asif Ali Zardari were started by Sindh government.

He said that after suicide blast at Sehwan Sharif, the security was tightened at Shrine of Lal Shahbaz Qalandar and during annual Urs of Lal Shahbaz, the security will be tightened more at Sehwan. He said that Panama Leaks matter was in the court and they were waiting for court verdict. He said that the Transfer of IG Sindh, AD Khawaja was made issue by the media and such transfer and postings of officials were happening.

He said that in MQM white paper only hate was declared and spread which was also spread by its founder. He said that there six divisions in Sindh and MQM-Pakistan had no knowledge about them.

Later CM Sindh visited village Pipri and Talib Shah. CM Sindh visited the shrine of Lal Shahbaz and reviwed the security arrangements. He was accompanied by PPP MNA Malik Asad Sikandar and MPA Faqir Dad Khoso, DIGP Hyderabad, Khadim Hussain Rind, Commissioner Hyderabad Sohail Rajput, DC Jamshoro Munwar Mahisar and SSP Jamshoro, Tanvir Allam Odho. CM Sindh was on two day visit of his constituency Sehwan.

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