I suggested income from confiscated hides should be distributed among affectees of terrorism, says Sindh Local Bodies’ Minister
SUKKUR (92 News) – Sindh Local Bodies’ Minister Syed Nasir Hussain Shah along with member National Assembly Nouman Islam has on Sunday visited different areas of Sukkur to monitor city’s cleaning situation.
Talking to media, he said that there was no ban on Muttahida Qaumi Movement from receiving or collecting sacrificial hides, adding that the Rangers carried out raids in different areas where snatching of hides have been reported.
“I suggested that the income from these hides should be distributed among the families of affectees of terrorism,” he said.
Nasir Shah said that they have completed all the arrangements pertaining to the local government elections, adding that they have not submitted application for suspension of elections but to extend the date of elections for eight to ten days due to Muharram.
He said that sign boards will be removed just like Karachi and directions have been given in this regard.
The minister said that he has received complaints from different areas regarding cleaning during his visit. .