Mumtaz Bhutto sees PPP is being wiped out from Sindh

March 17, 2016 Off By Web Desk

NAUNDERO: Veteran politician and former Sindh Chief Minister Mumtaz Ali Bhutto said Friday that PPP’s other defeat in Badin in presence of Rangers shows that it is also being wiped out from Sindh like other provinces.

This he said while addressing a public gathering in village Bhoonbhatpur near here on Friday. Bhutto said that since past eight years, they (PPP) had given nothing to Sindh except lawlessness and corruption. He said that due to poor performance of anti-corruption departments, they had left the country and were hiding in other countries.

Mumtaz said that NAB had issued notice to Sindh Chief Minister, while fisheries department chief Nisar Morai had also been arrested who had made sensational revelations like Dr Asim. Bhutto said that people should now refrain from voting in favour of Zardari’s party because their two previous governments were thrown out for corruption. Now people should vote in favour of people-friendly parties.

He said that had the actions of NAB been faster, Sindh would not have suffered for eight long years. Mumtaz said that there was no new thing in allowing Musharraf because sometime back federal government through reconciliation allowed a big accused to flee from the country.

Ameer Bakhsh Bhutto, Dr Roshan Pechuho, Irshad Junejo, Syed Koral Shah, Habibullah Mahesar also addressed public meeting.