PTI govt creating artificial water, gas shortage in Sindh: Murtaza Wahab
KARACHI: Advisor to Chief Minister Sindh on Information, Law & Anti-Corruption, Barrister Murtaza Wahab yesterday slammed the PTI government for creating artificial crisis of water and gas in Sindh and denying the province of its Rs 92 billion in last five months, adding that their transport had been crippled because of gas crisis.
Talking to media persons yesterday, he said that Chief Minister Sindh had thrice taken up issue at the CCI about additional 1200 cusecs additional water for Karachi but unfortunately, PTI government had failed to make any progress to provide relief to the people. He said: “We are much available and visible at the ground to serve the people and we do not make tall claims of addressing public issues through e-portal to earn a just cheap self-projection.” Wahab said that PTI was continuously taking U-turns, as first they demanded of CM’s resignation, then stepped back, so PTI people should come out of social media and Facebook and understand the ground realities of politics, and they should come on earth and learn to work.
He said: “PTI has no exposure to politics and has no sense of work. I don’t know what problem PTI has with Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah.
He is the only CM who went to Beijing, China for CPEC Conference. He is the only CM who has political vision.”
The advisor further said according to Constitution of Pakistan, no floor crossing is allowed, then how PTI can dislodge Sindh govt? This shows PTI believes in violation of law. According to Article 63-A, PTI cannot take any decision. PTI should focus on the federal and Punjab governments, the advisor added.