SUP to protest against PPP govt on UN Secretary-General visit

Party expresses fears provincial govt high-ups will embezzle flood aid

Our Correspondent September 09, 2022


The people of Sindh will express their lack of trust in the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) led Sindh government through a peaceful protest on the arrival of United Nations General Secretary to the flood-hit areas of the province, said Sindh United Party (SUP) Central President Syed Zain Shah.

The SUP chief said that his party wants to show the international organisations that the people of Sindh do not trust the current provincial government of PPP.

Speaking at a press conference at his residence in Sakrand, Shah said that the establishment has imposed PPP over Sindh. PPP has not only destroyed other areas of Pakistan but also Sindh, he said.

Shah said that the PPP has been ruling the province for 22 years, during which all funds have been embezzled. He further said that the flood damage was compounded at the behest of the provincial government only to attract funds from international institutions.

He further said that there is no doubt that the organisations and governments of foreign countries have sent aid to Pakistan. “The PPP leaders devour all the aid meant for the common man”, he said.

Shah said that PM Shehbaz Sharif has given it as a bribe which totals Rs15 billion only to appease the Sindh government. The provincial government is likely to eat the funds, he said.


Published in The Express Tribune, September 9th, 2022.


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