PTI’s Firdous demands to impose emergency, Governor’s rule in Sindh
KARACHI (92 News) – Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader and Opposition Leader in Sindh Assembly Firdous Shamim Naqvi on Tuesday demanded to impose Emergency and Governor’s rule in the province. Speaking to the journalists, the PTI leader said that the provincial government has failed and the centre should intervene. He also said that it is necessary to get rid from incompetent people. “There is nothing wrong with imposing governor rule in Sindh,” he added. Criticizing the Sindh government, Firdous Shamim said that the provincial government is breaching the constitution and this government should be packing home. He praised the Supreme Court’s decision to reopen all markets and malls across Pakistan, said that chief justice’s decision has proved Sindh government wrong. Referring about water crisis in Karachi, the opposition leader said that the PPP has failed to add a single drop of water in the city since 2007. He also announced to reveal ‘achievements’ of Sindh government tomorrow during session of the provincial assembly.