Shah Mahmood rules out imposition of Governor’s Rule in Sindh

APP14-28 MULTAN: October 28 - Foreign Minister Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Hussain Qureshi talking to media persons. APP photo by Safdar Abbas

MULTAN, Oct 28 (APP):Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood
Qureshi on Sunday ruled out the possibility of Governor’s Rule in Sindh
saying that an elected government was in power in the province.
Talking to media persons here, Shah Mahmood Qureshi said
it was a baseless news that the government was going to impose
Governor’s rule in Sindh.
The Foreign Minister said that All Parties Conference (APC)
always had an agenda in the past but the APC being proposed by the
opposition does not have any agenda which was beyond one’s
To a question, Qureshi said the problems faced by the
country have not been created in last 60 days adding that masses
were well-aware of the fact that who was responsible for these
issues. He said that onus of various problems including economic
woes didn’t lie on PTI-led government.
To another question, he replied that the institutions of
accountability were independent and the government had
nothing to do with it.”PTI always believes in across the board accountability,” he said.
To a query, he said no one can be arrested on the wish of anybody adding that the
institutions concerned would decide about it.
On formation of South Punjab province, he said the committees were working on the subject, however, the government would need the support of other political parties for constitutional amendment for creation of a province.

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