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Fehmida threatens to expose misdeed of PPP leadership

Fehmida threatens to expose misdeed of PPP leadership
February 25, 2019
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Federal Minister for Inter Provincial Coordination Dr Fehmida Mirza on Monday threatened to expose the misdeeds of Pakistan Peoples Party’s (PPP) leadership. Talking to the floor of National Assembly, Fehmida Mirza lambasted at the PPP’s leadership and said that the opposition should be asked who looted the Sindh Bank and Summit Bank. She blamed PPP leader Faryal Talpur for issuing instructions that led to attacks on her house and 32 cases of terrorism were registered against her family. Responding to PPP MNA Munawar Ali Talpur, she said that said the house was not about discussion on personal matters, but she wanted to remind that her family was attacked in the premises of Sindh High Court, which also took up notice of the matter. The minister said that media covered the incidents in which masked men became violent against them and came out in the roads of Karachi in 21st century. “The people were murdered fearlessly in Sindh,” she added. Earlier, PPP held protest on the arrest of Sindh Assembly Speaker Agha Siraj Durrani during the session of lower and upper house. PPP MNA Munawar Talpur criticized NAB for the manner in which it arrested Speaker Sindh Assembly Agha Siraj Durrani. He said some people barged into the house of Speaker Siraj Durrani, harassed his family and kept his wife and children hostage for almost seven hours. He wondered what kind of democracy it was and pointed to a video that went viral on social media and gave a hint about the arrest of Speaker Sindh Assembly beforehand. He said his party supported across the board accountability but injustice should not be done to anybody. Naveed Qamar while regretting the detention maintained that the treatment of national institutions depict that democracy has lost its significance. Minister for Water Resources Faisal Vawda has assured the National Assembly that Pakistan’s share of water under Indus Water Treaty is secure and safe. He also said under Indus water treaty, India has the right over eastern rivers and it does not affect Pakistan if New Delhi stops their water. The House was adjourned to meet again tomorrow at 11am.