Pakistan minister Fawad Chaudhry says Zardari family’s dictatorship in force in Sindh – News Vibe24

    Pakistan minister Fawad Chaudhry says Zardari family's dictatorship in force in Sindh - Times of India
    Islamabad: Pakistan’s Information and Broadcasting Minister Fuad Chauri has questioned the leadership of the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) in Sindh and said the Zardari family dictatorship is in effect in the province.
    News International reported that the Judge on Friday said that the leadership of Blato Bhutto Zarid’s PPP continues to chant the mantra of democratic rule around the clock, but ironically they were less bothered by the observance of democratic principles in Sindh.
    “If there were no democratic principles in any province, it was Sindad,” he said on Twitter. In Sydney – the dictatorship of the Zarandi family is in force, as after the Public Accounts Committee was usurped, now the opposition leader in the province has also been barred from talking about the budget that shows the true color of the ‘Zardari democracy’, “he said.
    Earlier, the minister also accused provincial leaders and top PPP leaders of misusing public funds to launder income abroad and steal water from poor farmers, while blaming the federal government for the water crisis, according to Avgi. The Judge also supported the monitoring of the use of public funds in Sint by the federal government through a “third party”.
    News International also reported that, while stressing the monitoring of the development budget for Sindh, it has asked the Supreme Court of Pakistan to ensure the implementation of Article 140-A in the province.
    Speaking at a news conference at the Karachi Press Club, Chaudhry said Prime Minister Imran Khan had introduced the idea of ​​neutral referees to cricket and now supported a neutral election commission and a system that would be acceptable to all. He also said that the opposition has no agenda for the country’s progress or that it has a foreign policy or economic agenda.
    Mr Chaudhry also said that Bulat Bhutto-Zardari and the PPP were opposed to “democratic thinking” and had imposed a dictatorship on Sudan, so the people did not have their rights. He said billions of rupees were given to Karachi, Badin and Lakarta and asked where the money went. “The money belonging to the Sindh government is being recovered from Dubai, Canada or Europe,” he said.
    He said the federal government would provide 700-750 billion rupees to Sindh in the 2021-2022 budget, in addition to grants or special funds.
    He accused PPC leaders, in particular former Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari, Farial Talpur’s sister and PPC President Bilto Bhutto-Zarandi, of stealing water and diverting water (a share of other farmers) to their own countries. Publication.


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