Sindh asks centre to stop unnecessary interference

Memon says provincial govt will not accept dictation

KARACHI – Sindh Minister for Information Sharjeel Memon on Saturday called upon the federal government to stop unnecessary interference in the affairs of the provincial government, advising it to focus on the issue of internally displaced persons.


Talking to journalists here, Memon said that the Sindh government would not accept dictation from the Federal government, adding it must desist from sticking its nose in the Sindh government affairs in the light of 18th amendment of the Constitution.


He asked the federal government to pay attention towards resolving the distressing problems being faced by the displaced tribal people of the North Waziristan agency. The federal government should also focus on the issue of electricity load shedding being undertaken in the holy month of Ramazan, he added.


The provincial minister said that the displaced families were still facing severe hardship and awaiting relief, whereas the federal government continues to ignore the displaced families from the tribal areas.

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