ANP walk out of Sindh Assembly in protest

Express May 24, 2010


The Awami National Party (ANP) staged a walk-out of the Sindh Assembly session Monday, in protest over target killings of its party workers in Karachi.

The ANP demanded that the killers be brought to justice as quickly as possible. The session resumed once Sindh Senior minister Pir Mazhar ul Haq convinced the ANP members to come back.

Chief Minister Sindh, Qaim Ali Shah assured the ANP that the killers will be brought to justice. He announced that all political parties in the province have been consulted over a strategy to deal with the menace. He said the strategy will be announced soon.

The minister further added that the city quickly returned to normalcy after the spate of violence due to government's speedy action and a policy of reconciliation.


Asif kunbher | 13 years ago | Reply it was really wonderfull day for sindh assmeblys member they spent whol day in fighting, then due to loadsheding they also faced darkness,
karimkamran | 13 years ago | Reply dear sir, now adys pakhtune are betin by his attetud , becouse thy had lift their custam their abilaty so the reson of his selfnes. but they dep histroy in the world thanks
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