GHARI KHUDA BAKSH: Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah has said that terrorists and criminals will be chase everywhere and corruption will not be tolerated at any cost.
While talking media during his visit to Ghari Khuda Baksh to offer Fatiha at the graves of the late Zulfikar Ali Bhutto and the late Benazir Bhutto on Sunday, Shah said that the issue of extension of policing powers Rangers will be resolved soon. He said that maintaining peace in the province was his top priority. “Terrorism is a countrywide issue and the army has played a key role in eliminating it by launching various operations. He vowed to eliminate the menace of terrorism from the province. He stated that the province would be put on the path of development and economic progress.
Shah emphasized that strict action would be taken against officials and politicians if they indulged in corrupt practices.
The chief minister stressed that he had learned from his late leader Benazir Bhutto the art of working for the welfare of the people. Shah vowed to continue the mission of PPP leaders and resolve problems facing the public.
“The people will see change during my tenure. I will take all political parities whether they have members in the assembly or not to put the province on the path of development through their support,” he said.