Murtaza Wahab refutes possibility of any forward bloc in Sindh Assembly
KARACHI (92 News) – Sindh Chief Minister Adviser on Law Murtaza Wahab on Sunday refuted the reports regarding possibility of any forward bloc in the Sindh Assembly.
Talking to the journalists, the adviser said that the fake reports, related to the forward bloc in the Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP), have been discussing for ten years.
“Those who are talking about making a forward bloc in the Sindh Assembly should be reminded that their government has a lead of only four votes in the parliament,” Murtaza Wahab said.
“The PTI’s friends should understand that if only four members of National Assembly separated from their party then the seat of prime minister could not be saved, he added.
The Sindh CM adviser asked that how can you change the Sindh chief minister. He mentioned that inquiries were also being conducted against Prime Minister Imran Khan and KP’s chief minister, so they should have also been ousted from power,” He further lamented the federal government, and asserted that the PTI could not form government in Sindh through democratic norms.
Murtaza Wahab also denounced putting names of prominent politicians on the exit control list (ECL) following the ongoing investigation in money laundering cases by the Joint Investigation Team (JIT), particularly against Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP) co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari.