HYDERABAD: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah has underlined the need for continuation of the present system for the benefit of people and the country.
“We do not want any threat to the democracy, constitution and constitutional institutions of the country” the Chief Minister expressed these remarks while addressing the people at lunch hosted by Sindh Minister for Information and Local Government Sharjil Inam Memon here at Rahuki Taluka Hyderabad on Sunday.
Syed Qaim Ali Shah said that the persons who levelling allegations of rigging in the general elections after passage of one year are actually denying the mandate given by the countrymen to the political parties in the last year’s general elections.
Those who are levelling allegations of rigging in the four constituencies should approach to courts for justice instead to destabilize the country, he added.
The Chief Minister said that during last regime the PPP government under leadership of former President Asif Ali Zardari had not only amicable tackled the crisis, but also completed its constitutional period of five years by serving the masses in real spirit.
He said that no political party had rendered sacrifices, which recorded by the PPP leaders and workers for the restoration of democracy and rights to common people of the country.
He said Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto forced Pervez Musharraf to announce general elections.
Among others, Sindh Minister for Information and Local Government Sharjil Inam Memon, Siddique Abu Bhai and local leaders of PPP were also present on the occasion.
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