No legal status of joint resolution against Rangers in Sindh Assembly, says Sheikh Rashid
LAHORE (92 News) – Awami Muslim League chief Sheikh Rashid has said that there is no legal status of the joint resolution of the Sindh Assembly against the Rangers.
In 92 News Program 92 At 8 on Friday, he said that the Sindh government should itself do work if the Rangers are not being allowed to do work.
The AML chief said that the Army was being isolated.
He said that Faryal Talpur is among 88 people named by Dr Asim in his statement to Rangers.
“Sharjeel Memon contacted and informed me that my staff has not given anyone Rs 80 million,” he added.