APP76-10 HYDERABAD: December 10 - Governor Sindh Imran Ismail addressing to media persons during his visit to CPLC. APP photo by Akram Ali

HYDERABAD, Dec 10 (APP):Sindh Governor Imran Ismail has said the Federal Government had no plan  to topple Sindh Government, and expressed the desire that it should continue  to serve people of province.

He was talking to media during his visit to Citizen Police Liaison Committee  (CPLC) Hyderabad on Tuesday where he was given detailed presentation  about working of the Committee.
Governor Imran Ismail said neither Prime Minister nor President had
assigned him the task to destabilize the provincial government.
Extending offer to Sindh Government of all-out cooperation for serving
people, Imran Ismail said “we also need cooperation of the provincial
government for execution of federal government’s development projects
in Sindh.”
For improvement in drainage and cleanliness conditions of the cities, all stakeholders should work together to ensure clean and healthy environment
to the people, he noted.
He said the governor was a representative of the federal government
and as per the Constitution his powers were limited sine all powers vested
in the provincial government.
He said he had raised objections on Police Order passed by the Sindh Government and added these objections were still on record as he considered

it would hamper the affairs of the province.

Due to new police order, people of Sindh were facing difficulties in
registering FIRs whereas in KPK digital FIR system was successfully
under implementation, he observed.
Citizen Police Liaison Committee (CPLC) was working smoothly with
the copperation of Police, he said and added that CPLC was playing
important role in curbing crimes through data-sharing.