We are trying to recover Owais Shah: Sindh CM
KARACHI (92 News) – Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah has said that they are trying to recover Owais Shah, son of SHC CJ Sajjad Ali Shah. Speaking on the floor of the Sindh Assembly on Saturday, he said that progress had been made in the Amjad Sabri murder case. He said that three committees had been formed for the investigations. The chief minister assured the House that both cases would be resolved at the earliest. He announced a grant of Rs 10 million for the family of the martyred Qawwal Amjad Sabri. He said that they had given a free hand to the Rangers for peace in Karachi. “The Rangers do not report me and they directly report to Chaudhry Sahib,” he said. Qaim Ali Shah said that the NAB and the FIA had invaded Sindh. “A video of our friend had been made illegally,” he said. He said that on May 12, the firing was done as if birds were being hunted. The MQM members raised uproar when the CM mentioned the May 12 incident. Addressing the MQM members, the CM said that he had not mentioned any name and why they were reacting.