Non-serious — Federal Govt. for driving constitutional bodies; Murad Ali Shah
KARACHI: Chief Minister Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah has said that the Federal Government was frivolous for driving the legislative organs.
While addressing to press conference at Committee room of Old Assembly, Chief Minister said that the governments non-serious behavior creates a fact that the Premier Khan left National Economic Council (NEC) meeting without approving Public Sector Development Program (PSDP).
He added, “later on at the next day the media on-aired news about PSDP approval.”
Sindh PPP President Nisar Khuhro, Minister Excise Mukesh Kumar Chawla, Advisor on Information Murtaza Wahab and Advisor on Jails Aijaz Jakharni were there at Committee room along with Murad Ali Shah.
The Chief Minister said that the NEC was a 13-member constitutional body headed by the prime minister and constitutionally it has to meet twice in a year. It was first meeting of the year and the next meeting has to be convened.
Mr Shah told that the federal government presented a 5-year plan in the NEC meeting. Prime Minister loudly approved plan.
“At this I told him that neither the plan has been shared with the province and nor comments or suggestions have been heard in the meeting how it could be approved,” Murad said.
on this note Minister asked on situation, “how the national issues were being handled at the federal level?”
Chief Minister also briefed on Karachi Circular Railways, Murad said that the railways authority has given undertaking to the Supreme Court that they would start local train within 15 days.